Starting formation - any wave or line. Each half of the line or wave works as a unit and moves forward
around a pivot point three quarters (270°). If the adjoining dancers are facing the same direction, the end
dancer becomes the pivot while the other dancer moves in a semi-circle around the pivot. If the adjoining
dancers are facing in opposite directions, the pivot point is the handhold between them and they move
equally around that pivot point.
STYLING: If joined dancers are in opposite facing directions, the handhold should be hands-up position
as in swing thru. If joined dancers are in the same facing direction, handholds are as in couples handhold
position. TIMING: 6 steps.
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