Contra Body Movement

Contra body movement (CBM) is a term used in ballroom dances, such as Waltz, Foxtrot, Tango, Quickstep. It describes a specific coordination of the movement of a dancer's body when doing or preparing to do a step which involves rotation.

Read more about Contra Body Movement:  Creating CBM, Examples, Contra Body Movement Position (CBMP)

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