Amor Pasional

Choreographed By
Ria Vos (Netherlands). March 2010
Artist
Klever Prim
Choreographed to
Amor Pasional (Remix Dance) (view all dances to this track)
Level
Intermediate
Count
64
Walls
4





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Reviews of Amor Pasional.


Val Sim
loughborough
16th Aug 2010
Classes are really enjoying this dance,it goes at a good pace and flows well once the steps are mastered.Agree with all of Davids points,need to hightlight the few steps before the one easily spotted re-start happens.Well worth a go ,cause Ireally like it too
Classes are really enjoying this dance,it goes at a good pace and flows well once the steps are mastered.Agree with all of Davids points,need to hightlight the few steps before the one easily spotted re-start happens.Well worth a go ,cause Ireally like it too
 

Peter
Tolworth Surbiton
14th Jun 2010
One of our more popular dances at the moment. A great Latin feel to this dance and something to get those little brain cells working. Took a few teaches for the class become confident with the dance. But well worth that extra bit of concentration.
One of our more popular dances at the moment. A great Latin feel to this dance and something to get those little brain cells working. Took a few teaches for the class become confident with the dance. But well worth that extra bit of concentration.
 

David Spencer
14th Apr 2010
One of my favourite dances at present. A good bouncy little track with a Latin feel. At first some of my class were forgetting to make the 1/4 turn when flicking their leg behind before doing the step half pivot halfway through the dance, and a few were getting left behind in the final section where the syncopated cross rocks are a bit quicker than the rest of the dance. However, after a couple of weeks this is one of the most popular dances in the class. I don't know how Ria does it, but she keeps finding some great music and coming up with a dance to match.
One of my favourite dances at present. A good bouncy little track with a Latin feel. At first some of my class were forgetting to make the 1/4 turn when flicking their leg behind before doing the step half pivot halfway through the dance, and a few were getting left behind in the final section where the syncopated cross rocks are a bit quicker than the rest of the dance. However, after a couple of weeks this is one of the most popular dances in the class. I don't know how Ria does it, but she keeps finding some great music and coming up with a dance to match.
 

Val Sim
loughborough
16th Aug 2010
Classes are really enjoying this dance,it goes at a good pace and flows well once the steps are mastered.Agree with all of Davids points,need to hightlight the few steps before the one easily spotted re-start happens.Well worth a go ,cause Ireally like it too
Classes are really enjoying this dance,it goes at a good pace and flows well once the steps are mastered.Agree with all of Davids points,need to hightlight the few steps before the one easily spotted re-start happens.Well worth a go ,cause Ireally like it too
 

Peter
Tolworth Surbiton
14th Jun 2010
One of our more popular dances at the moment. A great Latin feel to this dance and something to get those little brain cells working. Took a few teaches for the class become confident with the dance. But well worth that extra bit of concentration.
One of our more popular dances at the moment. A great Latin feel to this dance and something to get those little brain cells working. Took a few teaches for the class become confident with the dance. But well worth that extra bit of concentration.
 

David Spencer
14th Apr 2010
One of my favourite dances at present. A good bouncy little track with a Latin feel. At first some of my class were forgetting to make the 1/4 turn when flicking their leg behind before doing the step half pivot halfway through the dance, and a few were getting left behind in the final section where the syncopated cross rocks are a bit quicker than the rest of the dance. However, after a couple of weeks this is one of the most popular dances in the class. I don't know how Ria does it, but she keeps finding some great music and coming up with a dance to match.
One of my favourite dances at present. A good bouncy little track with a Latin feel. At first some of my class were forgetting to make the 1/4 turn when flicking their leg behind before doing the step half pivot halfway through the dance, and a few were getting left behind in the final section where the syncopated cross rocks are a bit quicker than the rest of the dance. However, after a couple of weeks this is one of the most popular dances in the class. I don't know how Ria does it, but she keeps finding some great music and coming up with a dance to match.
 

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