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Recovering

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Count:
48
Wall:
2
Level:
Easy Intermediate
Choreo:
Choreographer:
Guillaume RICHARD (FR) - September 2016
Music:
Recovering - CĂ©line Dion
 
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[1-6] : Step forward – Slow Kick – ½ turn Basic
1-2 -3 Step LF forward in the diagonal (1.30) - Raise right leg slowly like a kick forward on counts 2-3
4-5-6Step RF backward – Make ½ turn L stepping LF forward – Step RF forward (7.30)

[7-12] : -1/8 turn Sweep – Cross – ¼ turn Step Back – ¼ turn Step Side
1-2-3Make 1/8th turn L stepping LF forward – Make a sweep with RF on counts 2-3 (6.00)
4-5-6Cross RF over LF – Make ¼ turn R stepping LF backward – Make ¼ turn R stepping RF to R (12.00)

[13-18] : Lunge – Recover – Step together – Step Back
1-2-3Cross LF over R – Transfer weight to L bent leg with free R leg extended on counts 2-3 (face diagonal : 1.30)
4-5-6Recover on RF – Drag LF towards RF – Step LF next to RF (1.30)

[19-24] : Rock Back – Recover – Hold – ½ turn Step Back
1-2-3Step RF backward – Transfer weight to RF on counts 2-3 (1.30)
4-5-6Recover on LF – Hold – Make ½ turn L stepping RF backward (7.30)

[25-30] : ½ turn Step forward – 1/8th turn Sweep RF – Cross – Side - Behind
1-2-3Make ½ turn L stepping forward (1.30) – Make 1/8th turn L with sweep RF on counts 2-3 (12.00)
4-5-6Cross RF over LF – Step LF to L – Cross RF behind LF

[31-36] : Side Rock - Triple Step
1-2-3Step LF to L – Transfer weight to LF on counts 2-3
4-5-6Recover on RF – Step LF next to RF – Step RF to R

[37-42] : ½ Diamond shape with forward & back basics
1-2-3Cross LF over RF – Making 1/8th turn L stepping RF backward – Step LF backward (10.30)
4-5-6Step RF backward – Step LF to L – Making 1/8th turn L stepping RF forward (7.30)

[43-48] : Step ½ turn and keep weight on L – Recover on R – Step ½ turn
1-2-3Step LF forward – Make ½ turn R and keep weight on L on counts 2-3 (1.30)
4-5-6Recover on R – Step LF forward – Make ½ turn R and transfer weight on R (7.30)

Tag 1 : After wall 3, facing 6.00, do this 12 counts :
Tag2 : After wall 7, facing 12.00, do this first 6 counts :
[1-6] : Step forward – Slow Kick – Step backward – Point – Hold
1-2-3Step LF forward in the diagonal (1.30) - Raise right leg slowly like a kick forward on counts 2-3
4-5-6Step RF bacward – Point L toe backward – Hold

[7-12] : Step forward – Step ½ turn – Step forward – Drag
1-2-3Step LF forward – Step RF forward – Making ½ turn L and put weight on L
4-5-6Step RF forward – Slide LF towards RF

Have fun and don't forget, Life Is A Dance !

7 Comments

Stokies September 14, 2016
Hi Guillaume,

One of my dancers love this Celine Dion track and we have a mutual friend Jeff Campe that recommends your dance highly .So I have just got to teaching stage and might surprise The Gang with one extra teach tonight.I love it by the way Well Done I hope it is mega for you.

Victoria

Stokies September 15, 2016
Hello again Guillaume,
My friend Jenny Wilshaw asked me to consider teaching this one,and it was perfect to fit in to our program.The seed is set we now have made a good start with the teach.The rest is how we interpret the dance to this beautiful track. Celine Dion didn't just go through the motions of singing this song, every note and lyric was a powerhouse of emotion, when she exhales at the very last my own emotions gushed it was so beautiful.As a teacher my advice would be listen to this track feel its beauty then Dance, Well done Jen
And Thanks again Guillaume Victoria and THE GANG

OLDSALTY September 18, 2016
Wow viv Tu.
Thats what Victoria was talking about listen to the beautiful track then dance it how you feel it.
Wonderful

Thanks Guillaume
OLDSALTY

Bettan September 18, 2016
Love it! 5 stars from me... Well done! / Jessica, Stockholm

Happy Feeet September 22, 2016
What a appropriate song for Celine D's heartbreak, beautiful choreography by G. Richard. A tear jerker !!

AMAZZEO October 12, 2016
Bonjour Guillaume,
Contente d'être la première à poster en Français. J'ai vraiment adoré apprendre cette danse lors de ton workshop le 1er octobre dernier. Cette danse est magnifique. J'espère pouvoir t'inviter très vite dans mon club. A bientôt

PatL October 22, 2016
Hi Guillaume!

Premièrement, j'aime toutes tes danses. T'es un super bon danseur et un de mes choréographeurs favoris.

Deuxièmement, félicitations pour une belle valse. Je vais sûrement l'apprendre.

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