Online Balboa Dance Lesson Video: Transition Come Around

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This lesson teaches an absolutely crucial step often used as a transition from Pure Balboa to Bal-Swing. Breakdown includes footwork details for both partners, an explanation of how the connection changes based on body positions, and some tips for making smooth adjustments within this transition step while social dancing.

Price: $1.99
Genre: Balboa
Level: 2
Duration: 6:45
$1.99

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