Maureen Bullock - 22/07/2014
Learnt this with Ria at Harrogate, love it, great music with intersting sudden change of tempo with really easy but clever tag, although if you forget to dance the 2 pivots at sudden quicker tempo are left facing the other dancers! soon get used to it. Love the 'Snowman' I'm walking in the air, as Jackie says is much nicer to dancer an extended stride raising up onto ball of supporting foot than kick. Deserves to be higher up the charts. Big hit at the weekend event and nothing that difficult.
Elaine Hornagold - 18/07/2014
Good choreography to an interesting music track with the change of tempo for the tags. My class struggled with the toe fan section but think literally of it being a toe fan and the 1/4 turns with toes facing in are quite natural. Glad to see it in the charts.
Denise Nicholls - 16/07/2014
straight forward teach just the direction caused a problem at first, tag fits perfectly to the tempo of the music, therefore tells you where the tags are. the choreography to this dance is very clever. fills the floor each time
J Myers - 15/07/2014
great dance, nice choreography to tempo change tags> the single 99p version i have got seams to end a tad abruptly a bit of a let down. we have now started calling this dance walking on air no 2
Amanda Monk - 15/07/2014
Great music goes well with the lyrics and the tag is easy once you get the hang of the change in tempo got a great reception in class one of my favorites at the moment. Give it a try you will love it.
Stephen Rolls - 15/07/2014
Excellent dance to a great track. Interesting steps to match the lyrics. Not as daunting as the script first appears. A big hit with our class
Jackie Barber - 13/07/2014
A great dance that flows well to a nice piece of music. An easy teach. The air kick at the end of section three I treated as a long stride lifting up on the ball of left and stepping forward rather than explaining it as a kick. The tags became easy once you prepared yourself for the slow down at the ends of walls one and three. I think that this dance is going to be a floor filler!
Mike Parkinson - 10/07/2014
As I was saying (before my plaster cast got in the way) - This could be a certain nomination when it comes to Crystal Boots Awards. Love the music, love the steps, and love the changes in direction, all added together makes this a first class dance. Don't miss out on this one, your class will love it!!
Mike Parkinson - 10/07/2014
Been teaching this stupendous 64/2 Intermediate by Simon & Amy, for the last week to most of my classes. On the very first teach faces were pulled when I said about the tag being 32 counts, but teachers don't be put off by this it's really very simple It's gone straight into my Top Three Dances for this year, and being half way through the year there's been some great dances already, and certainly load more to come!! This is
David Spencer - 09/07/2014
The choreographer's have worked hard to replicate the "walking on air" and "flying" lyrics of the song within the dance. Although only a handful in my class decided to include the suggested arm movements, they all seemed to enjoy the dance. You may need to get your protractors out as a large part of the dance and the tag is danced on the diagonal. Because of the tags its most unusual to dance two consecutive walls on the front followed by walls 3 and 4 facing the back. Its gonna be a hit I reckon.
Mike Parkinson - 06/07/2014
Love It, can't type too much hand in plaster!! Just do it!! Review properly later when hand better!
Ross Brown - 04/07/2014
A fairly easy intermediate dance to a catchy tune. Although the Tag seems long (32 counts), it's really straight forward and fits so well. A couple of interesting steps appear in this dance including the Air Kick where you look a bit like the green man on a pedestrian crossing. My only gripe with this dance has to be the name choice, given we still dance Kim Ray's dance of the same name in our area.