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The basics of dance are simple, but challenging and fun. Whether you are a student or a professional dancer, you can learn all you need to know to stay in touch with your body.

The Basics: Body Language

Do not let a dancer’s body language fool you. Dance moves are not the same as how they look in a picture.

What are some of the most common body language signs and gestures?

Eye Contact

Body Language

Facial Expressions

Whinning or Nervousness

Bargaining

Tapping

Kissing

Squeamish

Are there any other body language signs you look forward to using in a performance?

Eye Contact – The use of your eyes to communicate. Your eyes are very important for communicating emotions and are even considered emotional communication. You must not over do this when it comes to body language. If you do make too many eye contact then it can be seen as aggressive. Remember to use the eye gaze to see what the other person is thinking and what they expect you to say. You cannot read their mind if you do not do this. Body language is a great way when you will gain new insights into your opponent’s intentions. You are also able to learn more information into their body language and if you do it right, they can learn yours!

Body Language – the use of your eyes to communicate. Your eyes are very important for communicating emotions and are even considered emotional communication. You must not over do this when it comes to body language. If you do make too many eye contact then it can be seen as aggressive. Remember to use the eye gaze to see what the other person is thinking and what they expect you to say. You cannot read their mind if you do not do this. Body language is a great way when you will gain new insights into your opponent’s intentions. You are also able to learn more information into their body language and if you do it right, they can learn yours! Bargaining – When you are in a tough position and there seems to be no way out, the use of body language gives you the feeling of safety, not anger or fear of losing. This is when body language is used strategically when negotiating a problem. Be subtle when dealing with a bargaining opponent or it can backfire and send the message that you are the stronger negotiator.

Facial Expression – Body language is very interesting and also very powerful in conveying emotion. The