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Online Jazz (vernacular) Dance Lesson Video: Technique For Entering & Exiting Splits Safely & Gracefully

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This lesson is part of the Men's Splits for Solo Jazz & Flash Acrobatics, in which Juan explains not only how to execute splits and integrate them into your dance, but also how to condition your body for splits. In this lesson, Juan focuses on entrances and exits, making getting in and out of your splits as controlled as possible.

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5:58
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Juan Villafane Buenos Aires, none, Argentina

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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.

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