Rueda move:


Rueda Sign:

Pointing downwards with finger and with the thumb in 90 degrees to a form a seven followed by a fist with the thumb and index finger up and together to form a zero.

Eight Counts:



This variation has two official versions running around the world, both start the same but one end it with Enchufala (Cuban style) & the other ends it with Enchufala Complicado (Miami style)
Start a Vacilala from a parallel, left to right & right to left, hold. Leader raises its left arm on 1, and follower goes under it during the Vacilala turn, the right arm stays low. This make the couple switch places once. On 5-6-7 switch places again remaining in the same hand configuartion leading through the left hand. From here continue with Enchufala which will release the hands and procceed with Dile Que No.
Once mastered the movement it is considered better not to hold both hands On 1 but catch the followers left hand during the Vacilala around the 2-3 beats of the first count.