Imagine your body is made of water. Let a wave run through it.

Imagine you’re riding a bicycle, but there’s no bicycle.

It looks like your heartbeat is pushing you forward.

An unseen force is moving you.

Don’t drag your floating foot. Just let it float back.

Let your arms and hands say something, in the same way that all parts of your body should dance and not just go along.

The more you do things that you create, the more your dancing will belong to you.

You lose when you are out of sync with the music.

The “Tick” is based on illusion—the illusion of disjointedness.

The “Lock It” is a dancing laugh.

The “Back Float” is an illusion.