I don't think that is necessarily right (or at least, a very different action from a Latin Spiral). The simplest version would have the feet slightly apart, and weight divided, to some extent, between the feet, with the turn being executed by pivots on both feet and without very much dissociation of the torso; but what a lot of dancers would call an enrosque would be where the feet are crossed quite closely together, with the weight being held on just one foot. The upper body turns first, winding up a tension between top & bottom, and then the turn is executed very quickly by allowing the legs and hips to untwist, beneath the body, back into alignment. I struggle with the action, finding the balance difficult - but I'm working on it. I find the two methods of turning feel very different.