Also known as "The Bee's Knees", this move generates the optical illusion that the dancer's knees are
passing through each other—the dancer's hands move smoothly past each other as they cross, momentarily
obscuring the knees to create the illusion.
left side view
right side view
1. S:0B Start with the dancer's weight distributed between both feet. The dancer leans forward and bends their knees with the knees pointing outwards, and places their left hand on their left knee and their right hand on their right knee.
2. S:0B The dancer brings their knees together and as the knees touch, the dancer swaps their hands onto the opposite knees, one hand above the other.
3. S:0B The dancer moves their knees apart so that the knees point outwards, keeping each hand on the opposite knee as they do.
4. S:0B The dancer brings their knees together and as the knees touch, the dancer swaps their hands back so that each hand is on the knee of the same side.