Awareness is at the hart of the act of dancing - the more it becomes wide, the more information and details a dancer accumulates in real time, the more the dance becomes clear and meaningful. When dancing within a group, most of one’s attention should be aimed at maximising one’s awareness at what is being done by the other dancers. This releases the dancer’s own body and mind to engage fully in the movement, and creates a clear relation to the other dancers, thus giving the dancer the best reasons to move (or stay still for that matter…). Acute perception of the wider context, is at the origin of good dancing.