Combinations Part 2 Tutorial

You need to know the Forward Weave, Reverse Weave, and Windmill to learn this video.

The Windmill is taught on the Twins Turns Part 4 Tutorial.

This tutorial teaches Basic transitions for moving from Forward Weave to Reverse Weave and back again.  It also teaches moving from Forward Weave to Windmill and back again.

In future Combinations Tutorials, we will learn going from Forward Weave to Hug Transition to Reverse Weave to Windmill and back to Forward Weave.

This is Abbi doing some very nice twins weaves and combinations.

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3 Responses to Combinations Part 2 Tutorial

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  2. Shelley says:

    Interesting, Pam! You and Sandra teach this one differently, and I’ve learned Sandra’s way already, so it’s more familiar to me. When I do the turn from forwards weave into backwards to my right, I do it with the right hand hoop as the bottom hoop. I turn when the left (top) hoop is coming around to the right side of my body. I don’t know that it’s a whole lot different other than for me, doing it the way I do it, the surface switch happens on the left first and then the right once I turn. I go right into the backwards weave, the right hoop is then the one on top. (I notice when you turn, your right hoop is also still the one on top.) (I haven’t yet mastered turning from the backwards weave into hooping.) I guess the other difference is that you’re going from forwards turning to the right and then backwards turning to the left. In Sandra’s tutorial, you turn to the right both times, so you make a full circle. Honestly one can’t see the differences just by watching, and both ways work, so I guess it doesn’t matter! It’s nice that you teach it a bit differently so we have options. Once I perfect Sandra’s version, I’ll work on your version as well. It never hurts to have more than one option for a move. I’m still working on the turn into the windmill, so I’m not quite ready to try the weave/turn/windmill combo, but you know I’ll be back! Thank you so much!

  3. Pam says:

    There are many ways to go from one weave to another or to reverse the weaves. I will teach all the ways I know. The more you know, the more versatile you become. Coming in the next few Combinations tutorials will be Forward to Hug to Reverse to Windmill and back to Forward. So glad you like the tutorials :)

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