The Art of Exotic Dancing: Striptease Series - Dances Moves and Floor Work (Exotic Dancing)
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If you dream of becoming a professional dancer, want to tone and shape your body, or just want to spice up your love life, The Art of Exotic Dancing: Striptease Series is the ultimate tool for achieving your goals. If you are already a professional dancer and are looking to take your performance to the next level, this program will help you to create that knockout performance! Created and hosted by Fawnia Mondey, Canadaâs award-winning exotic dancer, Dance Moves and Floor Work provides step-by-step instruction and focuses on the following: 2 Performances by Fawnia! â¢ Dance Instruction for: Travelling â¢ On-The-Spot Floor Work â¢ Spins â¢ Key Points for: Winning a Contest â¢ Winning Over Your Audience â¢ Stretching for Extreme Flexibility This DVD will provide the exotic dancer with the ability to give everyone the dance they came for and provide all others with the secrets to treating your lover right, and seduce them over and over again! Youâll flow with the music that will help to fuel your Inner Sexual Goddess, which they will learn to worship. The Art of Exotic Dancing: Striptease Series is a video series designed to help you enhance your performance with Visual Electric Energy! The Art of Exotic Dancing: Striptease Series is the ultimate guide to exotic dancing Itâs the sexy, fun and exciting way to spice up your performance (and your love life)!
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Fawnia is an excellent teacher. And this disc demonstrates how to move and look artistic while covering a lot of (dance floor) area -- when lying on the ground - and how to gracefully transition from standing to sitting and back again.
If you've ever taken dance lessons previously - the footwork will feel strangely familiar. Fawnia teaches us (or reminds us of) some of the basic step combinations. She then adds simple hand gestures - or a shoulder turn - to make the movements even more enticing.
Later in the video she demonstrates how to fall to the floor very gracefully. (Think freestyle gymnastics and you'll get the picture.) Once there, she then displays how to prop one's torso upright with one hand - so that your pretty limbs are up in the air drawing attention (much like the above-the-water leg actions found in synchronized swimming).
As a contrast, if you've ever been to an `amateur night' competition - when new girls audition - the lack of graceful locomotion is sometimes painfully apparent. (Some of these women might've benefited - from watching this video first!)
To recap, Fawnia's dance lessons are undoubtedly good.
Unfortunately, there isn't a lot of actual `stripping' on this disc.
For that, you'll have to get her episode on "Lap dancing and Entertaining Your Man" - where all of the disrobing is un-covered. (Get it?)
Since my personal goal was to create a little routine to use at home, this disc did teach me how to add style - while traipsing around the room. But info on when, where, and how to disrobe, unfortunately - was unabashedly absent!
Also missing were some actual or finished strip performances (also found on `Lap Dancing') which would've made the video a lot more entertaining - and a lot sexier -- in case my husband wanted to watch! (Hey, it never hurts to preheat the oven.)
But thinking in terms of effect - what's really absent from this video is a little "raunchiness."
My frame of reference (for stripping), like many of us, comes from the local strip clubs I've visited - where patrons sit immediately around the edges of the dance floor. Everyone's hope, of course, is to receive some `special attention' from the dancer - such as being enticed directly with a specific portion of her body - especially "you know where" - in exchange for tips generously given.
Unfortunately, Fawnia's instruction appears to be preparing us to compete (on stage) -- in those artistic (nude) dance competitions she's won in her past - rather than to replicate the uninhibited sexiness one sees closer to home in much more intimate settings.
It's those `nastiest' of movements that are missing from this video - which are the ones I really want to incorporate into my own private show!
To conclude, this video is great for learning to move gracefully. But being `raunchy' - is a lesson you'll have to garner on your own!
It seemed like it was filmed back in the 80's, had horrible music, and was really boring. I never would have wasted my money on this dumb whatever you want to call this art of exotic dancing dvd.