Choreographed Dances You Can Use

choreographed praise dances DVD
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This is the DVD for which everyone has been asking. If you’ve always wanted choreography ideas, dance patterns to put with any music or dances to follow and learn, this is the DVD you need!

The Praise, Worship and Flags DVD contains four already choreographed dances for a group or a solo dancer with easy to follow instructions. Three of the four dances could be done with any 4-4 timed music. The first are praise dance steps and the last two are flag combinations. The second dance is a very expressive dance combined with ballet set to a Will Bozeman song.

To learn more about the DVD and watch a 5 minute teaching from the DVD with choreography you can use, read on. Continue reading “Choreographed Dances You Can Use”

Increase Flexibility and Balance for Worship Dance

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Would you like to be more flexible?

Would you like to move more freely

Would you like to help prevent injuries while dancing?

Would you like to develop in your body longer, leaner lines?

Would you  like to be more relaxed?

If so, I have a great resource for you. Read on to watch me teach 3 minute tutorial from the DVD and to learn about what I love about this DVD. Continue reading “Increase Flexibility and Balance for Worship Dance”

My Seven Favorite Choreography Tips

Choreography TipsI’ve been studying choreography as part of the Dancing for Him course this past month and have compiled my ten favorite choreography tips and how I used them in the most recent dance I choreographed:

1. Begin with prayer. The Lord knows the moves that will minister to others. All creativity comes from Him. Pray about which song to use. Once you have chosen a song, spend time praying through the lyrics, asking the Lord to give you a picture of what He wants this dance to look like.

2. Keep your dance to 3 to 4 minutes, especially if it’s a solo. Unless you are very experienced and/or have a large group of dancers, it’s difficult to keep enough variety to hold the audiences interest longer than this. Continue reading “My Seven Favorite Choreography Tips”