your going to jump up, not to far off the ground, and land lining up your right
foot directly in front of your left. You should land on the heel of your right
foot and the toe of your left foot.
turn your right foot l to the right, make sure only the heel is on the ground so that the rest of the foot can pivet (Normally you would be doing all of this faster so you wouldn't have to worry about balancing yourself). This will probably cause you
to want to fall to your left, so do so, start falling to the left slightly
and then stop yourself with your left foot by moving it about
one foot to the left.
jump again, bringing your weight back to its center and land with your left
foot this time in front of your right foot, on your left foots heel and right
you just do the same to the other side. Turn your left foot on its heel to
your left and step to the right about one foot with your right foot.
jump again and bring your weight back to your center and land with your right
foot crossed in front of your left and do it all over again. The tricky part
and the part that makes this look good is when you fall to either the left
or the right you want to spend as little time as possible on the foot that
you catch yourself with. You want to fall and pop yourself back to the center
position, but don't jump too high when going back to the center position, your
head really doesn't move up and down at all. This takes a lot of practice,
you probably won’t get it the first time and it might look weird but
just keep practicing and try to find a natural rhythm.