The revised 2019 edition:

 

  • This short video course enables Activity Coordinators to implement Sitdance Downunder
  • No training needed, all expertise is in the video
  • Safe to use, checked by a physiotherapist for suitability
  • Just push play and dance!

Sitdance Downunder Trailer 2:15

Full preview one tutorial + dance 5:49

 

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Content:

 

Introduction (2:24)

Session 1 (28:20):

  1. Warming Up Dance (stage 1)                                   
  2. How Do You Dootee (stage 1)
  3. Jan Pierewiet (stage 1)
  4.  Nigun Atik (stage 1)
  5. Waltzing Matilda (stage 1)

Session 2 (27:30):  

  1. Dance 1-5 (progressed to stage2)
  2. New dance: Music Box (stage 1)

Session 3 (29:48):  

  1. Dance 1-5 (stage 2)
  2. Music Box (progressed to stage 2)
  3. New dance: Le Bal De Jugon (stage 1)

Session 4 (29:14):  

  1. Dance 1-6  (stage 2)                                   
  2. Le Bal de Jugon (progressed to stage 2. All dances have now progressed to the final 'stage 2'. Use this session as often as desired.

Credits (2:28)

Dance list:

  1. Warming-up Dance, La raspa, Mexico
  2. How do you dootee?, Australia
  3. Jan Pierewiet, Netherlands
  4. Nigun Atik, Israel
  5. Waltzing Mathilda, Australia
  6. Music Box, Australia
  7. Le Bal de Jugon, Brittany

Dances are taught in 2 stages and progress from session to session.

Stage 1: New dances are explained in a tutorial, followed by the dance with voice-over instructions.

Stage 2: Tutorials from stage 1 progress to ‘quick reviews’,the ‘dance with intructions’ from stage 1 progresses to

                ‘dance with occasional cues’

Tips:

  • Ideally place participants in a half circle so they can see each other joining in.
  • Allow on screen instructions to do their job
  • Avoid distractions
  • Repeat each session until participants master the dances, before moving to the next session.
  • Repetition is good
  • Progress too fast and participants may get frustrated and loose interest
  • Have a ball!
The making of Waltzing Matilda 4:53 min.

Video testimonial

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To order follow this link: https://qualitylife.org.nz  

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