Its form included the shuffling of the feet in a crouched position, everybody part is moving and you are moving in a counterclockwise position. The sacred circle was later transformed into the Ring shout once it reached the New World and unlike the Ring Shout the circle dance had the choice of crossing there feet while dancing. This sacred circle gave way to many other dance forms and served as a foundation to American dance.
Haitian Vodun began in 1531 and is said to be "a dance of the spirit: a system of movement gestures, prayers, and songs on veneration of the invisible forces of lifeaE. Vodun is a spiritual practice of most Haitians. It is a combination of Catholicism and the Yoruba religion of West Africa. The religious practice is conducted through the vehicle of dance, and is defined as the spirit of resistance. The Vodun kinesthetic form included that the upper body moved in complete isolation, and the head and shoulders seem to be dislocated. The Yanvalou, snake like quality dominates the torso, and the knees are always bent. The spirit of vodou grows out of the service which manifests it, which in turn grows out of the community that per