Thread: Footwork
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Old 08-18-2011, 09:05 AM   #7
Basia Halliop
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Re: Footwork

Personally, I think you may just end up confused if you take a bit of footwork from one place and a bit from the other. It's very hard to see patterns or principles that way and make the connections between different things you're doing. E.g. to me it feels hard to see the basic similarities and differences between different techniques if you're using one method for one technique and bits from another for another technique...

If it was me I'd try to find one style and stick to it for some time - in person if at all possible. For me I find as I get a bit more of a base then I start getting more out of my occasional exploration of different teachers and different patterns of footwork.
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