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Online Lindy Hop Dance Lesson Video: Juan And Sharon's Swingout Philosophy (8 Of 8): Alternatives For Leading The Follow Out

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This is lesson 8 of 8 in Juan & Sharon's Swingout Philosophy lesson pack. In this lesson you will learn the three directional options you have on beat 5 of a swingout, for sending the follow out. Breakdown includes how to lead these alternatives, how footwork is affected, and following technique to follow all three options with neither anticipation nor delay.

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Juan Villafane Buenos Aires, none, Argentina

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Teaches Partner Charleston Lindy Hop Jazz (vernacular)
Teaches with: Sharon Davis
Lessons Packs: 25 Dance Lesson Packs
Lessons: 86 Dance Lessons

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Juan hails from Buenos Aires, Argentina and has been a leading proponent in the revival of vintage jazz dances in South America. Juan is the organizer behind Swing Brother Swing, Buenos Aires' original Lindy Hop event, as well as the Buenos Aires Lindy Hop Festival (BALHF). His background in gymnastics, acrobatics and martial arts, as well as his degree in Physical Education strongly influence his dancing and teaching, giving him a unique perspective on body movement and awareness, and a distinct - and often spectacular - personal style. Known for his high-flying acrobatics and eye-catching slides, Juan is a consummate performer, a creative dancer and an insightful teacher.

Sharon Davis London, United Kingdom

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Teaches Partner Charleston Lindy Hop Jazz (vernacular) Blues
Teaches with: Jo Hoffberg Juan Villafane
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Hailing from Perth in Western Australia, Sharon has been performing, teaching and competing in vintage jazz dances since 2001. In Lindy Hop, Blues and Charleston, Sharon is admired for her unique and feminine style, musicality and energy. Sharon has also built an international reputation in solo jazz dances, including 1920s Charleston, authentic jazz, solo blues and burlesque. Sharon has a background in theatre, and is co-founder of Australian burlesque troupe Sugar Blue Burlesque, with which she has delighted audiences with her graceful feather fan dances and sassy showgirl antics. Sharon is an Ultimate Lindy Hop Showdown champion, and has claimed numerous awards in Australia and internationally. As an instructor and DJ, Sharon is known for her dedication to the history of vernacular jazz dances and the music they evolved to. With her bright and bubbly personality, Sharon's teaching style is energetic, creative and fun. Visit her website and blog at sharondavis.com.au.
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