Waacking is an extremely expressive, free and musical form of dance that is characterised by arm movements and posing with a strong emphasis on musicality and improvised performance.
What dance style is whacking?
Waacking is a form of street dance created in the LGBT clubs of Los Angeles during the 1970s disco era. The style is typically done to 70s disco music and is mainly distinguishable by its rotational arm movements, posing and emphasis on expressiveness.
Who originated waacking?
Waacking is a form of dance that originated in the gay clubs of the 1970s in California from the African American and Latinx population.
Who created waacking?
Tyrone Proctor, pioneer of waacking style and co-founder of the Imperial House of Waacking, along with Jody Watley are the mother and father of the style both from the 1970s dance group The Outrageous Waack Dancers.
Where do Waacking dance style originate?
The history of Whacking (Waacking) – Whacking found its start in the 1970s gay clubs of Los Angeles where high-energy funk and disco music dominated the airwaves.
How do you perform the Waacking style?
- Whacking Move #1: Lines. Extend 1 arm down, directly to the side, and straight up, to the side again, and back down.
- Whacking Move #2: Overhead. Start with your hands around your collarbone area, then move them up and behind your neck.
- Whacking Move #3: Rolls.
Which of the following are waacking movements?
Waacking basic movements include elements such as party dance, side to side, cross, jazz walk, archer, elegance, bevel, wrist roll, bollow, waack attack, femme waackin’ and men waackin’.
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