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    Default Camel Undulation Help ?

    Hey guys
    I was wondering if anybody could post a video or try and explain how to do the Camel Undulation ?
    Help appreciated .. Thanks =]

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sapphire.x View Post
    Hey guys
    I was wondering if anybody could post a video or try and explain how to do the Camel Undulation ?
    Help appreciated .. Thanks =]
    First, lets see on the ordinary undulation:













    Now see one explanation of the camel undulation:


    I hope this is helpful to you. There are more videos on this on youtube.
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    Hi Sapphire
    Forgive me if you are not a beginner but these tips are a great back-up to a class..not an alternative. It's good to see other teachers on film but the basis of learning this dance should be in a classromm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lizaj View Post
    Hi Sapphire
    Forgive me if you are not a beginner but these tips are a great back-up to a class..not an alternative. It's good to see other teachers on film but the basis of learning this dance should be in a classromm.
    Oh yeah , i'm a beginner My teacher taught me this last week but i find it quite difficult so i was just looking for videos i could practice from at home

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daimona View Post
    First, lets see on the ordinary undulation:













    Now see one explanation of the camel undulation:


    I hope this is helpful to you. There are more videos on this on youtube.
    Thanks Alot Those videos were extremely helpful !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sapphire.x View Post
    Oh yeah , i'm a beginner My teacher taught me this last week but i find it quite difficult so i was just looking for videos i could practice from at home
    I've been dancing a little over a month and this is the one move that I can just not get down. I make sure to practice it every time I practice at home. One day...I shall master it! ha

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    Lol ! Same here .. I started dancing just over a month ago amd I go for classes only once a week I find hip circles the easiest , but camel is too hard for some reason :S
    Gud Luck

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    So I finally watched those videos up there last night(can't watch at work, youtube is blocked) and the woman said during the camel undulation to keep your feet flat. My teacher taught me to kind of keep my feet moving as if taking tiny steps in place. Is that just a variation or was I taught wrong?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CottonAnatomy View Post
    So I finally watched those videos up there last night(can't watch at work, youtube is blocked) and the woman said during the camel undulation to keep your feet flat. My teacher taught me to kind of keep my feet moving as if taking tiny steps in place. Is that just a variation or was I taught wrong?
    You can do both. It may be easier to start with the tiny steps, but as you progress you should both master doing the camel undulation both on flat feet and walking and at various levels.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Daimona View Post
    You can do both. It may be easier to start with the tiny steps, but as you progress you should both master doing the camel undulation both on flat feet and walking and at various levels.
    Ok, I figured it was a different variation, but I was never told there was another way of doing it. I was worried. ha

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