Start with your left foot and step forward. Press the ball on your right foot next to your left health. Swing the right leg forward and kick it slightly forward. Swing the right leg again and kick it a little again.
Step behind your left foot with your right foot and kick your left foot slightly forward. Step behind your right foot with your left foot and kick your right foot slightly forward.
Step diagonally back to the right of your right foot and step to the right of your left foot in front of your right foot. Move your weight back to your right foot and swing your left foot forward by bending the ball on your left foot next to your right foot as you swing past. Swing your left foot backwards, brush the ball on your left foot next to your right foot on the right side as you swing past and cross your right foot with your left foot. Repeat these steps as many times as you want.
In and out and left and right
Go forward on your left foot and swing your right foot in a small arc around and in front of your left foot. Step your right foot in front of your left foot and step left with your left foot.
Step left on your right foot behind your left foot and step left on your left foot. Step to the left on your right foot and place your right foot in front of your left foot.
Repeat steps with opposite feet and then repeat again with the original footwork ending with a squat.
Step forward on your left foot. Swing your right foot forward with your foot about 12 inches off the ground and bend your knee. Step your right foot in front of your left foot and squat. Straighten from the jaw and keep your right foot off the ground, bending the knee.
Step back diagonally on your right foot and bend your knee while leaning back with all your weight on your right foot. Keep your left leg straight with the position on the ground but your toes off the ground.
Repeat once or twice from the beginning. Dance has always been a part of Greek culture and the tradition continues today. Many of the Greek dances have religious origins but they are also a way to tell stories, have fun and communicate between the different regions of Greece. Zorba is the ‘traditional’ Greek dance that became famous through the 1964 film ‘Zorba Greek.’ Zorba is danced in three parts to alternating tempos. The steps are quite simple and the different parts can be repeated as many times as desired.