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How to Do the Maya Fusion Dance in Fitness Belly Dance
On behalf of TVLesson.com, my name is Janet. I’m a dance instructor at goddesstore.com. Today, I’m going to show you how to do Maya Fusion in Fitness Belly Dance.
You’re going to bend your knees, tighten your abs and just back and relax your feet. You hip is going to go up, when you go up, you want to tighten your oblique and you’re going slide to the side. When slide to the side, you’re going to go down and the moment that you go down, just drop it and then switch it to the other side. So your hip is up already and just slide and go down again. Up with my hips, slide and go down again, abs in, up, slide, down again. And you’re knees are going to be doing this movement like up, up, and down, up and down, and you lift it too. Up, up, it’s two ways to do it. Lifting your foot and with the flat foot. I will show you both.
Right now I’m going to show you lifting your foot. It’s going to be up, slide down, up, slide down, up, slide down, up slide down, up, slide down. Now arms up so you show more with figure, up, slide down, up, slide down, and abs in, down a little faster. One, two, three, four, beautiful and you will be faster.
Now, we’re going to do it flat, the same up, slide down, up, slide down. Up,slide down, up, slide down. Now, one, two, three, four. This is how we do Maya Fusion in Fitness Belly Dance.
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