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All the solo moves in the “Lindy Hop Steps Made Easy” series in one routine! Slow enough for beginners, but hard for intermediate dancers too.
Learn the boogie drop this week! It’s an easy solo lindy hop step. Yes, you can half-ass it. Show me you’re better than that. Boogie drop it like it’s hot.
Warning: This week’s lindy hop step is not for people who give up easily! Today you’re learning the lock turn. Stick with me, and you’ll get it by the end.
This week’s lindy hop step is swivels! With an exclamation mark. I’ve got lots of tips for this one, since it’s an integral part of lindy hop as a partnered dance, too. Have you been procrastinating on learning how to swivel? This video is totally step-by-step. Practice at home, by yourself. You’ll build up muscle [...]
In this video, you’ll learn the Suzie Q! This solo lindy hop step has been called confusing by some of my Facebook fans. Watch the video and find out if you agree.
In this video, you’ll learn the lindy hop step called “Apple Jacks.” Like in last week’s video, I’m teaching you another solo jazz dance move. You don’t need a partner to learn how to move like a lindy hopper.