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Joe Jakes is known for her strong technique, drill sergeant style workshops, and her ability to break down each movement for greater understanding by students of any level. This practice companion was developed with that in mind, and is for the dancer looking to excel at their technique. It is formatted with dancers of all levels in mind, going from basic movement to layering and hitting all levels in between, with a workshop style teaching setting. Students have the option of following along with Zoe's thorough explanation, or may go ahead to the drilling section, where each movement is drilled continuously with no stopping (no need to hit rewind!) So if you are feeling stuck and needing a practice companion to help you reach that next level in your dance, this is for you!!!
Tthe dancer, Zoe, was attractive and was very competent in prescribing positions to assume in order to exercise the appropriate muscles!Developing muscles via DancePublished 21 months ago by Gilbert Tauffner
Find the routines a little hard to follow, but enjoy the dvd in its entirety. perhaps would prefer it if the routines were broken down into smaller chunks.Published on August 29, 2013 by gushi soda
Has some really good moves and drills to practice. Can be used for both caberat and tribal dancers to practice, limber up and work on moves.Published on June 5, 2013 by Carol J Morales
It's not really that a hard DVD to follow.
It's not too bad for a beginner, better for an intermediate, or better. Read more
Oooh I love this! It's a great practice companion from the marvelous Zoe Jakes!! Definitely buy this if you need some motivation to work on your dancing!Published on January 28, 2013 by Scarlett
Good quality and shape
I have like it but no french subtitles
I recommend it for dancers and tribal lovers
it is a good dvd, i also have the from a to zoe set. zoe jakes is a really good dancer. thumbs up.Published on December 14, 2012 by E
And yes, they can be boring. But this video has a lot of detail to how each move is executed - well. Read morePublished on November 26, 2012 by T. Brown