Samoa, an island country in the South Pacific, rhythm, dancing,
singing, and music are integral to the culture. The Sasa is an
energetic Samoan dance performed by men and women. The dancers
movements reflect activites from their daily life such as paddling,
cracking a coconut, making nets and rope, climbing trees, making food
and others. This version is one that was created using some of
the traditional movements. There are many variations of Sasa.
Grade: 3-High School
Formation: Squads lines with room in between dancers. Dancers sit with legs crossed.
Movements: Arm and hand gestures.