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International style variations
Posted by bevj1130
2/27/2014  2:24:00 PM
Are there any International style variations available on this site? Please correct me if I am wrong, but it appears all of the variations provided are American style.
Re: International style variations
Posted by beej1016
2/27/2014  5:14:00 PM
Hi Bev,

If you are referring to the multiple step variations often posted for American Smooth then no, there are no international variations posted on this site. There are just American variations. You can view all syllabus steps however with the membership which is pretty cool.

If you are looking for Standard variations you can go here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=77eAg7dILtI

The following is a waltz video done by Mirko and Alessia. They have a great syllabus variation for waltz here. You can search for all other variations for standard on youtube.

If you are looking for latin, I recommend Slavik and Karina's video series with Corky Ballas.

Here's a video of one of their cha cha variations: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4RgMngpCWwc (This is not from the series but if you search around you can find their variations)

Hope this is at least helpful in you continuing your search for what you are looking for.

BJ

Re: International style variations
Posted by bevj1130
2/28/2014  5:56:00 AM
Thank you, BJ. Your suggestions have been most helpful.
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