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Online Jazz (vernacular) Dance Lesson Video: Knee Spin To Split

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In this lesson, part of the Killer Diller Solo Spins and Turns lesson pack, you will learn one of Killer Diller team member Juan's favourite spin combinations for solo dancing. This spin progression is compelling because of the way it progresses in intensity from a lock turn to knee spin to jazz split -- total crowd pleaser!

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4
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5:34
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Juan Villafane Buenos Aires, none, Argentina

Instructor Profile

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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Instructor Bio

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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