Twinka moves. The dancer starts with round moves of her waist and torso. Her hips are moving on four points: right, back, left, front. The order of the points changes depending on which side the move is starting in. Then, the dancer starts with another move: down and up using the waist. The dancer alters the sides. Facing the camera, she moves her hips to the left and right. Twice to the left, and twice to the right. Then, with her hips and with the help of her knee, the dancer makes her hip go down, and then up in round motion; the moves are done facing the camera by both sides: back, side, front, down.
“Twinka”. First the dancer will start with her waist, and then add the hand movements. The dancer moves her waist in four points: right, back, left, and then right (to the starting point); the opposite would be: left, back, right, and then left (to the starting point). To add the hands to the movement, the dancer puts one hand on her waist (at the start of her hip), and the other hand on her head (her palm open, and touching her head with her fingers). In the opposite moves, the position of the hands switches (the right one in the place of the left, and the left one in the place of the right). Another hands position is putting them both on the head, with the elbows open. The dancer moves her head following the moves of her waist and hips.
Another move of the waist would be to move it on the same side with a turn. Notice the curve that the dancer’s body makes when she moves her hips. Her hands are in the same position as before, one on her hip and the other on her head; or later both of her hands on her head. The move is also done with the other side.