You will never be without a lift with the hitchhike move, a travelling step which uses the classic thumb signal for hitching a ride.
The footwork is a simple step behind, so your travelling backwards. Its good to start by stepping back and bouncing. You need have a small pulse in each step you take.
Once you are comfortable with the pulse, add the swivel to your footwork. Each time you step back lift the heels out and when you place the foot, bring the heels in to create the swivel motion.
Interestingly a few of our students said they learnt to swivel through practicing this move.
Once the feet are moving in the right direction you can add the arms. When you travel, the same arms as leg is moving. So when you bring you right foot back, lift your right arm over your shoulder. The arms are moving as if your wiping your back with a towel.
You can also stylise the move by gently tilting the head of each move.