This sequence was inspired by Tango styling. We took extra time analyzing how to embellish the leg flip swing move into something new. This is the fruit of that session. Enjoy!
This swing out variation was created in Tulsa Oklahoma in 2015. Grace Durant and I were in a intense practice session brainstorming new swing out variations for advanced dancers. This is an official breakdown of the finished sequence. Enjoy!
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This lindy hop sequence was created at Kasey’s. (Check out kaseykicks.com) The original idea started from my attempts at executing a pirouette while dancing in closed position with my partner. After a few rusty attempts, this sequence was created. Enjoy!
This sequence was first created in 2014 at the Vintage Swing Movement Thursday night dance. Michelle and I were social dancing fine until I slipped on the floor which planted the initial seed of this idea. I hope you enjoy this lindy hop move! Make sure to subscribe to the channel for more free swing dance classes.
Inspiration can erupt suddenly out the most frustrating of dance practices. This swing dance move bursted into reality in Tulsa Oklahoma during a social dance session with Michelle Stokes.
This lindy hop move came about during a social dancing experiment I had with Sonia Ortega in 2016. We were taking a break from teaching and spending the little time we have to create together during a lunch break at Ritz Festival in Vaasa Finland. After...
This special swing move was first created in Heidelberg Germany at the Chase Festival.
This Charleston influenced variation was created at the..
This swing out variation evolved during a practice session with Michelle Stokes in 2016. What you see is the finished product.
This sequence was first performed live in Quebec City at Swing-A-Dance in 2015. Jamin Jackson and Annie Trudeau first improvised this move during a live social dance to highlight the teachers for the event.