What Is Your Signature Dance Move?
Do you prefer dancing alone or with a partner?
What's your favorite genre of music?
How active are you?
Where do you listen to music most?
Choose a classic dance movie:
Do you play any instruments?
How do you prefer to listen to your music?
Your dance move should totally be a modern take on the classic ballet Pirouette! You have an appreciation for the classics and an athleticism that allows you to pull this off, so when the moment is right in the song, bust a spin or two! This move is all about expressing yourself to the fullest, truly letting your passion music carry you through the spin. Practice a few times then don't be afraid to throw it in to your usual line up! This move is all yours.
Your dance move should totally be a lift! You're the kind of person who does better when you're with a partner and should take full advantage of that when it comes to the dance floor. You have a knack for learning other peoples strengths and weaknesses and growing together as one when united over music. The lift is one of the most classic partner moves you could go for, and nailing it really impresses a crowd. Most importantly, the feeling you get when you're in the air during your favorite song is hands down the best way to experience your favorite music. Find someone you trust and give it a try next time you're jamming out!
Twist n' Shout!
Twist n' Shout!
Your unique dance move should be the Twist and Shout! You appreciate the swingy vibe of the 50s and this dance is perfect for incorporating into any modern routine. When dancing to your favorite song, feel free to get a bit low with this classic twisty move and really get into the music! It's really easy for beginners and super accessible to anyone who wants to have a good time feeling the music inside and out, and it's completely you!
Your signature move is vogueing! You come off as a bit shy, but don't let that get you down when you're out on the dance floor with your friends, or even just jamming to your favorite playlist alone in your room! Let yourself loosen up by trying a few moves involved in this simple dance! Vogueing involves rigid often noninvasive movements that often frame your face, so getting into a dance like this is very accessible for someone who's new to expressing themselves through dance. Feel free to be the truest version of yourself when listening to music and use this signature move to help express that!