3 Tips to be a perfect Kizombeira
1. Take advantage of the Pelvic Movement (NOT the buttocks).
Within this style of dance is undoubtedly the part of the body that is most used.
Unlike other dance styles such as salsa or bachata, the accentuation of the pelvic movements in Kizomba are born from your step (Punta, Metatarso and Talón), not from the waist or chest (dolphin), the *basic* pelvic movement swings forward and backward *(forming a C)*, not to the sides or diagonals. It is very different to make a dolphin in Kizomba which can be made to say that it is the *basic* movement for the pelvic movement.
This is a movement that to develop in the dance in some cases need hours and hours of practice, to go giving flexibility to the lumbar area of the spine.
2. To be a perfect Kizombeira Free your sexiest side.
Kizomba is a dance that requires a partner, and very close together.
Accompanying and undulating movements, turning the dance into an act of proposal, response, exchange of energy and pure seduction. The “kizombero embrace” which is the gear in the couple dancing is the most important not to lose contact on the one hand and on the other hand the indications of the man.
3. Do not neglect your elegance.
In this type of couple dances it is the boy who proposes the movement but it is the girl who arranges it as she executes it and gives elegance and sense to each step.
A modality that allows both girls who want to show off their own style (with a good tarraxhina – hottest form of Kizomba) and those who want to enjoy a slow dance as a couple, enjoy the music and dance. Super important girls DO NOT ADIVINE what the boy will do.
Move your hips up and down
Stand with your legs apart and knees slightly bent. Move your left hip up. Imagine you’re drawing a diagonal line that starts at the center of your pelvis and ends at the hip. By doing this movement, the left hip will move down naturally.
Now move your left hip up and let your right hip move down. Repeat several times alternating each side.
Let the movement of one hip flow with the movement of the other hip.