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Think 'Dita Von Teese' -- A throw back to the peep-show
on November 28, 2008
I bought both Lady M's dvds. I didn't find one harder than the other. The second one is contains more moves, but i liked the ending Demo in the first one better.
The instructor is respectful, careful, slow, patient with herself, and perfect at teaching shy people to be more bold with eye. She's a woman's woman, you admire her, you like her, you listen to her, she's non-threatening while being a sex-bomb all at once. In short, she's pretty much a delight, and really the perfect teacher for exotic dance.
She makes you want to buy a giant feather fan and get some pasties and stockings with bows on them, mix a cosmopolitan and just slowwwwwwwwwww down, baby, and pretend you are about to use your feminine moves search-out, seduce, then throughly destroy James Bond all without compromising your self-respect in the least.
My only complain is the moves were repeated slowly way too many times, and I don't get why they repeat something slowly twice or more, since that's what chapters on dvd's are designed for. That frustates and annoys me. I enjoyed all the costume changes tho! Loved that!
The "full choreography" routine at the end was a dissapointment in that it's full of talking, and stopping, and advice, where as that all should have been done the step-by-step and choreography parts of each routine. The final, full dance should be silent so you can concentrate on preforming.
But none of these complaints take away from the care or attention of the instructor or the sexy unhurried, unrushed atmosphere.
If you're a hardcore athelete or a pole dancer, this will be way too slow and easy unless you are looking *to* slow down.
I'm glad I own it. As a final visual reference, think of a britney spears video melting *very* slowly......