From the resting position, sink softly at the knees.  As you sink, begin a soft turning of both forearms and wrists, creating a slow whirling “wrist circle” while facing forward.  Your feet will respond by letting you rise to the balls of your feet and then sink back down to the starting position. 

The initial weight shift is from down to up and back down again.  Repeat this first action again for a second time.  On the third execution after beginning the downward weight shift, instead of rising for a third time, sink a bit more while turning slightly to the right, and then execute the basic Taffy movement to the left. 

Begin the second half of this movement from the resting position, again sinking softly at the knees.  Repeat the soft turning of both forearms and wrists, creating a slow whirling “wrist circle” while facing forward, rising to the balls of your feet and sinking back down. 

Repeat this action a second time. 

On the third execution after beginning the downward weight shift, instead of rising for a third time, sink a bit more while turning slightly to the left, and execute the basic Taffy movement to the right.

Repeat this set 3, 6, or 9 times.  After completing your sets, return to the resting position.  Breathe lightly, and relax before proceeding.