Online Lindy Hop Dance Lesson Video: The Basic Steal

Lesson Info

This lesson is part of Andrew's series on partner steals, all of which teach different figures that can be used to steal in to a partnership under a wide variety of circumstances. For this steal, the stealer joins the partnership as a leader from a swingout -- note: this steal is intended for when the partnership is on a particular side (different for leads and follows), while The Karate Chop Steal is intended to operate from the other side.

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Genre: Lindy Hop
Instructors: Andrew Sutton
Level: 2
Duration: 7:20
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Andrew Sutton Sacramento, CA, United States

Instructor Name Andrew Sutton
Dance Styles: Partner Charleston, Lindy Hop, Jazz (Vernacular)
Teaches with: Laura Glaess
Available lessons: 44 Lessons, 15 Lesson Packs
Hailing From Sacramento, CA, United States
Instructor Contact Email Andrew Sutton

For the past 2 years, I have been blessed with the opportunity to tour and teach the Lindy Hop across the USA and Europe. I have a true passion for teaching dance and I hope to be able to share it with all of you some day. My Classes focus on 5 fundamental concepts, all of which I feel are equally important: Connection Body Awareness/Quality of movement Musicality Creativity and Inspiration "Andrew was really a catalyst for the Central Pennsylvania Swing Dance Club (CPSDC). He breathed life into our long-time dancers, inspired our newcomers, and made our scene fun by adding a playful and gaming nature. His passion for teaching and his excellent sense of humor left our dancers talking about his workshops nearly a year later - and constantly inquiring about when he'd be returning. His classes were well-structured and unique in nature - the content was outstanding! Most importantly, Andrew's down-to-earth nature makes him a stand-out instructor. While in our area, he danced with first-timers and old jitterbugs as well as our skilled lindy hoppers - his non-discriminating eye made everyone feel included in the learning and excitement. Andrew is by far the greatest thing that has happened to CPSDC and we can't wait to have him back." Amanda Hansen, PR Director, CPSDC, Carlisle, PA

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