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Dancing Games, HIGH Energy MUVE

Dance the Easy Disco Party Game – Make it the Hottest Dance Party Ever with MUVE

(Cut Me Loose) Get Your Party Moving! This MUVE Dancing Game is called The Partnering Game. People are randomly paired to create a spontaneous dance together. Every now and then the Caller calls for a "MIX." The pairs break up and everyone finds a new spot and a new partner. There are stickers at opposing outside edges. Each spot corresponds with one on the other side of the room. This is an easy to set up dance party workout that can bring much live to your party. Your guests can dance at their own level. They'll be giving their digestion a nice boost and will feel refreshed and invigorated after much dance excitement. Another great benefit is that everyone get to dance with everybody!

HIGH Energy MUVE, Young MUVE

Just Dance Workout to Lady Gaga – Cardio Funk Disco Dance Moves

Maggie is creating workouts for teenagers and young adults. This dance workout video it's full of simple dance moves that anyone can dance along to. However, you might want to pace yourself, we are entering aerobic dancing territory! The young adults you are seeing here in this dance improvisation workshop are loosely following the lead dancer (MUSE) in the center. Take a deep breath and jump in! It's a great stress buster! -- For this, the second dance of the workshop, Maggie asked for volunteers to help her lead the group. So two participants get their first taste of being a Muse. All others dance along loosely. They are instructed to turn within their own triangles each time the Muses turn. This prepares them for the next step, the Multiple Triangles Dancing Game, where they all will be leading the dance within their individual triangles.

Dancing Games, HIGH Energy MUVE

Dance Exercise for Students and Teens – Spontaneous Dancing – Partnering Game

(Crazy Rap) This is one of the easiest games to set up and play. In this game teens create a dance with a partner, inspiring each other as they dance freely around the whole room. When the Caller calls a "MIX-UP" the connection is broken and all players find a new spot on the side-lines and see who the next partner will be. At the Call "PAIR UP" the new pairings connect at the center line and the dance continues. NOTE: "MIX-UPS" take time, especially for large groups. Make sure players know to help each other find the empty spots fast, so the dance can continue without delay. To avoid confusion on leadership, after each MIX-UP the Caller can designate one side to be the Muses (dance-leaders) for the next section. SET-UP: In preparation of this game, markers are placed on the long side-lines of the room. Spaced in about 3 feet intervals, each spot has a corresponding mate on the opposing side. When all players occupying a spot the Caller signals "PAIR-UP" and each pair meets at the center line. Encourage players to dance freely around the entire room and not get stuck at the center-line