Ms. Rae’s definition:
Dynamics in dance is the sparkle. It’s the changes we use to a dance move to make a dance routine more interesting to the audience. Adding Dynamics can mean changing levels, changing direction, changing speed, and basically making audience go “wow.”
An example of dynamics in dance: Funky walk with levels!
There were a lot of long definitions online. Here’s the shortest: “The degree of energy, intensity, or power in the execution of movements.” (-westada.org)
Learning to use Dynamics in our dancing.
How many different directions can you travel in? Can you move your body in 2 directions at once? Challenge an adult or sibling.
Use directional changes and levels together in your next freestyle!