CBMP is an indication of foot placement in which the foot indicated is on or across the line of the other foot, when executing a step forwards or backwards.

It is generally used in Outside Partner positions where both dancers use the position in order to maintain the togetherness of the couple and avoid postural distortions, and often in exits from Promenade Position where the Man makes a step forwards with the RF and the Lady makes a step forwards with the LF.

The term Contrary Body Movement Position takes its name from the fact that from the position obtained the body of the dancer seems slightly rotated, a condition which is not actually created by the Foot Placement itself but by a previous action of Rotation.

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