irishprincess Posted October 13, 2007 Report Share Posted October 13, 2007 (I post a lot, I know, but I just don't feel like there's anyone at my studio that I can ask....I am transferring to a new studio soon, so maybe I'll have someone to ask there....but for now, thank you for putting up with my questions) The other day in class, we did a combination where fouettes were expected. I am just getting confident (not quite) in my pirouettes, so the expectation to fouette really took me off guard. I kind of felt like a flailing fish, with one leg sort of flopping out and in, as I tried to stay standing. What is the best way to ready yourself to learn fouettes, and what can I do in my free time to help me with this? I've heard it's essentially a ronde de jamb en l'air while turning......but that doesn't seem to be helping me much. Quote Link to comment
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