Start by standing with your feet hip width apart before stepping your dominant leg back, turned out naturally. Keep your knees soft, bent slightly, with the majority of your weight on the rear leg. Stay on the ball of your rear foot. Next, relax your shoulders down and make a fist with both hands. The thumb should always be outside but firmly connected to your fingers. Bring your fists up to your face to rest your dominant hand on your chin and lead hand in front of your nose. Take some time to move within this stance, exploring how your weight is distributed and finding a rhythm. Everything starts here!