Grind dancing can be a very sexy and risky way of dancing. It is a dance which is normally more appropriate in nightclubs than in formal events. This article looks at how you can learn to grind dance with a man if you are a woman.
Before you grind dance with a man, find one of your good friends with whom you feel comfortable and begin to dance with him. Dance with him normally as if no one is watching. A man will soon notice you mainly because you are dancing and having fun with your best friend. Most likely, a man won't say anything when he wants to grind, but instead, he will give you subtle signals. Act normally as if you don't even realise that he is coming. Be sure to keep dancing. He would appreciate it if you look at him and smile and signal him over. The best signal is to give a very flirtatious smile. You should acknowledge his presence before you can dance with him.
Grind with the man
You should know what what kind of grinding you're doing. When a man grabs you around the hips, he can either be facing you or facing your back. If he is facing your back, it means that it is normal grinding. This type of grinding is more popular. Front grinding Front grinding is more sexy. Most people don't do front grinding on their first time. However, if you are doing front grinding, the sexiest and most comfortable move is to put your hands around his neck. Pull his head close to yours. Always be confident. Confidence can render the dance sexier. Move your hips in the shape of a sideways figure-eight. Don't move with your shoulders as grinding is done with your hips. If you're new to grinding, you might let him lead. If not, be assertive and make him follow you. It's much more fun to dance in this manner.
Got a bad grinding partner?
If the man with whom you are trying to dance isn't the best at grinding, then put your hands into his pockets and have your hands follow the motion of your hips. This usually works best when your hips are moving in circles or sideways figure-eights. The most important thing to do is to keep a rhythm going as grinding is all about gaining momentum.