Praise dancing is a worship form used by some Christian churches. This type of dance can be done as a group in synchronisation or performed as a dance solo. Praise dancing is interpretative and expressive. If you are new at praise dancing, start your learning process slowly by choosing a song of slow to moderate tempo. A repetitive song is best because it will limit the amount of choreography you'll have to plan.
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Things you need
- CD of Christian music you like
- CD Player
- Comfortable clothes
- Socks or dance shoes
Press "Play" on your CD player to start the song "Jesus Loves Me." Stand in comfortably in an area free of furniture or objects you could fall on. Keep your hands to your sides and your feet a few inches a part.
Raise your arms up above your head as if you are reaching for something up high. Face the palms of your hands outward.
Sway your arms back and forth gently while bending at the waist. The waist movement should be from side to side without being provactive.
Bring your hands down to your sides and turn slowly to the right in a circle. After making one circle stop.
Step your left foot to the left and slide your right foot beside it. Start over from Step one. This is an easy praise dance that kids or grownups can do.
Praise Dance to "Jesus Loves Me"
Brush with your right foot. Step to the right. Then left step behind the right. Place the right foot and left foot together.
Brush your left foot. Step to the left. Then take a right step behind the left. Place the left foot and right foot together.
Take a right step over the left foot. Move the left foot behind the right, then take a right step beside the left foot. Move the right foot behind the left, then take a left step beside the right foot.
Right step forward, and then right foot steps back.
Do these four steps over and over for the duration of the song.
Shout to the Lord Dance Steps
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