Elevation Technique

Lead Follow Concepts

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Fundamental Concepts

6 Basic Direction of Stepping

  1. Left forward
  2. Left side
  3. Left back
  4. Right forward
  5. Right side
  6. Right back

3 Basic Weight Transfers

  1. 10/90
  2. 50/50
  3. 90/10

3 Basic Stances

  1. Parallel (Feet Together)
  2. Basic 2
  3. 1 Step (Forward or Backwards)

3 Types of Elevation

  1. Releve (50/50 weight transfer)
  2. Leg Lift Level 1 (90/10 or 10/90 weight transfer)
  3. Leg Lift Level 2 (90/10 or 10/90 weight transfer with standing leg's hell off the floor to enable axis turns)

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Key Takeaways

  • An upward skin stretch is the main leading intention here
  • The upward skin stretch can occur most commonly with the lead's right hand on the follower's left side of their torso

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