Natural Roll (Gold)

Commence in Contact Position

Man Foot Position Alignment Turn Foot-
work
Lead Count
1 RF fwd, leaning slightly back Commence facing LOD and turn to face DW 1/8 to R HF Weight change 1
2 LF to side, leaning slightly R Backing DC 1/4 to R between 1&2 BF " a
3 Close RF to LF, preparing to lean fwd Backing LOD 1/8 to R between 2&3 BF " 2
4 LF back, leaning slightly fwd Backing DW 1/8 to R between 3&4 BF " 1
5 RF to side, leaning slightly L Pointing LOD 3/8 to R between 4&5, body turns less BF " a
6 Close LF to RF, preparing to lean back Facing LOD Body completes turn BF " 2

May be repeated

Note

1 Knees are slightly more flexed during 1-3 and straighter during 4-6
2 There is a slight foot swivel on LF between 2&3
Lady Foot Position Alignment Turn Footwork Count
1 LF back, leaning slightly fwd Commence backing LOD and turn to back DW 1/8 to R BF 1
2 RF to side, leaning slightly L Pointing LOD 3/8 to R between 1&2. Body turns less BF a
3 Close LF to RF, preparing to lean back Facing DW 1/8 to R between 3&4 BF 2
4 RF fwd, leaning slightly back Facing DW 1/8 to R between 4&5 HF 1
5 LF to side, leaning slightly R Backing DC 1/4 to R between 4&5 BF a
6 Close RF to LF, preparing to lean fwd Backing LOD 1/8 to R between 5&6 BF 2

May be repeated

Notes

1 Knees are straighter during 1-3 and more flexed during 4-6
2 There  is a slight foot swivel on LF between 5&6

Preceding Figures

Gold Any syllabus figure ended facing partner with weight on LF - 1-6 Open Rocks (Lady turn 3/8 to R between preceding step and 1, which will be back and slightly to side)

Preceding Figures to 4-6

Gold Corta Jaca - 1-5 Plait  - 1-3 Back Rocks

Following Figures

Gold Any syllabus figure commenced with RF when facing partner, depending on alignment

Following Figures from 1-3

Gold Back Rocks or Plait commenced with LF

Notes to Man and Lady

1 The Natural Roll may commence and finish in other alignments, depending on the Precede or Follow used
2 Less turn may be made (minimum 1/2 over 1-6)
3 Due to the use of Contact Position, arms are held a little higher than usual