Kelvin corrected me on Rub Right Foot & Rub Left Foot. Here are my notes on his instructions and comments.
Rub R Foot
1)Starting posture is High Pat on Horse – chest facing NW, right arm slightly bent at chest level, above R knee, L arm extended to the side, weight on R foot.
2)Pull L foot closer to R foot and rotate on L heel so that L foot faces SE. Shift weight to L foot.
3)Adjust R foot slightly by dragging its tip forward so that the the tip of R foot is behind the heel of L foot.
4)R shoulder facing SW, L arm wraps around R arm, open both arms to shoulder height, L arm backward and R arm forward, both palms facing down.
5)Kick R foot in SW direction, foot slightly arched. Do not use force to kick. You must stay balanced after making the kick.
Rub L foot
1)After landing R foot, make a move to the center (facing W), dragging L foot lightly behind.
2)Rotate on R heel so that R foot faces NE. Shift weight to R foot.
3)Adjust L foot slightly by dragging its tip so that the the tip of L foot is behind the heel of R foot.
4)L shoulder facing NW, R arm wraps around L arm, open both arms to shoulder height, R arm backward and L arm forward, both palms facing down.
5)Kick L foot in NW direction, foot slightly arched. Do not use force to kick. You must stay balanced after making the kick.
6)Using the force created while withdrawing the L kick to land the L foot on your toes and swivel to face S.
7)At the same time rotate R heel to turn R foot 180 degrees to also face S.
End of Rub Left Foot
Ending posture of Rub Left Foot faces S, both arms down.