C is for Chest lift
This is a percussive move, best used in small amounts to maintain full impact. Start in default position, with plenty of space to move & isolate. Think of your sternum (or where your bra wires meet, if that suits); aim to lift that X up & forwards about an inch (2.5cm). Relax. That is it - sharp lift by squeezing shoulder blades and tautening diaphragm, then relax. Keep shoulders relaxed - they don't need to move and do think sternum, not bosom or it will become a softer, lyric movement (not wrong, just different)
C is for Circles
Horizontal, vertical or tilted circles can be performed using hips, head, upper body, arms, hands or even stepping them on the floor. So much fun from such a simple movement.
C is for Choo choos
'Choo choo' is used to describe a travelling movement which is a slide step with a distinct hip accent.
C is also for ...
Under development, more to follow
C is for Chest pops
Start in default position, nicely lifted through the torso, but relaxed. Quickly, with the beat, lift your chest (sternum, not breast) upwards. Then relax.
C is for costuming
costuming is not a movement - but it can affect your movements. If you are wearing a straight skirt with a thigh-high split, you may choose to avoid wide-legged stances, particulalry in floorwork. Or if you have bra "issues" you restrict your armwork. There is a plethora of advice online. Shira.net is a very good place to start.