From allowing your enthusiasm for dance to shine through, to taking in your surroundings, check out our tips to help improve your facial expressions:. From allowing your enthusiasm for dance to shine through, to taking in your surroundings, check out our tips to help improve your facial expressions: Relax your jaw and your tongue inside your mouth. Take in your surroundings with your eyes.
A lot of dancer I see usually have a serious face when they battle or perform a choreography though when we freestyle a lot of us usually have a smile and feel the music you should ask someone to watch your face when dance. Krumping is increasingly gaining popularity in hip hop and electronic a circles because of the energy and freedom is encourages. It has four basic moves jabs arm swings chest and pops and stomps or if you look at it in a simpler way basically anything you wanted to do with your body it is very improvisat and expressive at times even violently.
A facial expression  is one or more motions or positions of the muscles beneath the skin of the face. According to one set of controversial theories, these movements convey the emotional state of an individual to observers. Facial expressions are a form of nonverbal communication.
Do you smile during a performance or competition? Does your smile feel natural or do you find yourself forcing to look relaxed through every pirouette? Since a dancer usually strives to convey a story through movement, smiling and using facial expression help your audience connect with you.
With dance recitals and revues coming up, the next few posts will be about stage presence, keeping your audience interested in what you are doing up there on the stage. Today we will dicuss your facial expression. Some dancers are natural performers.
LEGS can slice like scissors; hips can sway alluringly; and arms can float like clouds. But the face of a dancer speaks volumes. Like a novel's first paragraph, facial expressions give clues to the world taking shape on stage.
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Other parts of your body require just as much attention as your feet. For instance, things like arm styling and head placement matter a lot when it comes to performances. Another big detail that matters as a dancer is facial expression.
So, you are preparing for a showcase or competition. Your choreography is spectacular, your theme is entertaining and original, and your dancing is clean and mesmerising, but something seems to be missing. When you are dancing in a classique or stripper style the difference between a great performance and a mind-blowing performance can be in something as simple as the faces you make, and the subsequent audience engagement well, this applies to all dance performances but I will be focusing on the sexy side of pole for today.