Log In



   Stay logged in?

Forgot Password?

User Status




Recover Password

Username or Email:

Change Image
Enter the code in the photo at left:

Before We Continue...

Are you absolutely sure you want
to delete this message?

Premium Membership

Upgrade to
Premium Membership!

Renew Your
Premium Membership!


Premium Membership includes the following benefits:

Don't let your Premium Membership expire, or you'll miss out on:

  • Exclusive access to over 1,620 video demonstrations of patterns in the full bronze, silver and gold levels.
  • Access to all previous variations of the week, including full video instruction of man's and lady's parts.
  • Over twice as many videos as basic membership.
  • A completely ad-free experience!


Sponsored Ad


17. Weave from PP

The Weave from Promenade Position is a cousin of the Waltz Basic Weave (fig. 12). It begins in promenade position, following any figure that can be ended in promenade traveling toward diagonal center, such as a Whisk, Outside Change, Open Impetus or Turning Lock to Left.

In concept, the Weave from Promenade Position is quite simple. With the exception of the promenade start and subsequent transition to closed position, it appears nearly identical to its cousin, the more rudimentary Basic Weave. However, the execution of the Weave from Promenade Position can prove quite challenging, particularly over the first two steps where the lady must close from promenade position while the man continues turning to the left.

The Weave from PP can also be ended in promenade position, in a similar fashion to the Outside Change (fig. 9b) and Basic Weave (fig. 12b).


Copyright  ©  1997-2024 BallroomDancers.com