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One weekend, in mid 2003, saw two more workshops held in the newly-refurbished Orangery of a 19th century Norfolk Hall that had been ruined 100 years later but is being restored in the 21st by Stephen and Muffy.

Ricardo Oria and Jenny Frances arrived from Edinburgh to .......

 
 

focus on moving around one another

 
       

we began with some work on the timing of the back side forward steps in the giro to both sides of leader

   
    back, open, and forward steps, which require no pivots, are each completed in double time compared to the 180 pivot, open, 180 pivot, backward phases

then played with moves where the leader moved around the follower

   
       
    on left
       
  on right  
       
    on right into volcada  
       
  on right into calesita
     
    BSF sacada on left  
       
    Back sacada from R  
       
       
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