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Posted:Sorry I dont have a good video at the moment but..its kinda like
Watermill at your waist into kind of a watermill around your shoulders (not actually behind your head..more around the shouders).Ive been playing around with this lately as it just came to me naturally but I'm quite new and don't know what the name for this would be.
Posted:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1o4I_ZhOqX4 br> There is a better video. I've only been spinning a few weeks and its probably not actually a 'move' more of just spinning on different planes...but I think it gives a nice effect and its really fun to do.
Posted:im going to go ahead and assume its not anything. I recently started playing with caps though..and im going to try to work them into the planes in the video that I posted. ive gotten really comfortable weaving around myself in the last week or so