From straight frontal position
|Steps||Man||Woman||Position / Leading|
|Salida 1||right foot "small" step back||left foot "small" step fwd||Basic position / man moves body back/straight pressure on woman’s back|
|Salida 2||left foot one step aside left VIA beside right foot||right foot one step aside right
(smaller distance than man) VIA beside left foot || man moves body left / small pressure on woman’s left "side"
|Salida 3||right foot one step fwd outside woman’s left VIA beside left foot||left foot one step back VIA beside right foot||man moves forward / release pressure on woman’s back|
|Salida 4||left foot one “smaller” step forward (slight adjustment to right)||right foot one step back to position in front of man’s feet (adjustment to right)||man moves forward / release pressure on woman’s back|
|Salida 5||right foot to side of left foot||left foot cross in front of right, weight on left foot||man moves forward / slight pressure straight/slight left on woman’s back to stop her movement and to give woman balance, Basic position crossed|
|Salida 6||left foot fwd with slight left, turn between woman’s feet, place foot slightly to the left / back of womans left foot||right foot back to the right||man moves body forward with slight pressure counterclockwise of Haxis|
|Salida 7||right foot one step to the side of left foot VIA side of left foot - the Haxis turn makes this step obliquely forward||left foot one step to the side of right foot VIA side of right foot||rotation of Haxis 45 degrees counterclock wise about when feet are side by side|
|Salida 8||Schritt nach rechts, dabei hinter rechtem Fuss kreuzen||anheben (leicht nach hinten)|
The last 3 steps are one of the options after Salida 5. The angles are varied. The final Basic position could very well be parallell with the initial, which makes this a straight forward movement to follow the flow of dance. It could even mean a slight clockwise rotation if the man leads that way.