sacada refers to any move in which one or
other partner moves into the space
vacated by their partner's leg in such a
way that he or she appears to have
displaced her or him.
are many starting positions but the line
of the leader and follower's legs will
will generally be parallel. The initiator
moves his or her relaxed, weightless leg
into the space immediately vacated by the
other partner - often just as that foot
becomes weightless. The sacada
a simple sacada during his illusions
workshop in Cambridge in July 2001.
and Miho taught linear sacadasat
Bylaugh in 2003.