Solo Freeform Dancing – Pop, Disco, Techno dancing

Dancing such as Solo Freeform Dancing and dancing to Pop, Disco, Techno music requires good spine and limb flexibility. The demand of the dance on the body is determined by the type of dance, the intensity of the dance and the available dance floor space for the dancer. As there are many dance variations involving many different movements a generalised stretching program for freeform dancing is selected here. On a dance floor that is packed full of people there is less space and less scope for adventurous dancing, especially with respect to the lower limb. The stretches list are therefore is based on the joints and muscles are most likely to be moved in this environment.

Freeform Dancing mainly involves the cervical and thoracolumbar spine and the upper limbs. It involves many of the joints in the body including head extension and flexion, cervical, thoracic and lumbar flexion, extension, sidebending and rotation,