Swiss_Chard Posted November 29, 2004 Report Share Posted November 29, 2004 I took a class with a different teacher last Tuesday and at the end of one of our combinations at the barre, the teacher told us that we should be thinking of the names of the steps as we do them. When she asked the class how many people do this, there was a sheepish silence and perhaps one or two raised their hands. A couple of others offered that they saw the movement or counted. So I was wondering, what do all of you think during a combination? Is thinking the name of each step something I should aspire to or is this a reflection of different learning style - ie. oral vs. visual vs. something else entirely? To be honest, I'm not even sure what I usually do. In this particularly class, I was mainly thinking, "Ahhhh, I'm confused", but that is because the level was too high for me. Quote Link to comment
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