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Online Jazz (vernacular) Dance Lesson Video: Turning Toe Tap

Lesson Info

This lesson teaches a sharp and tight variation for solo dancing that can be inserted right into a Charleston basic. Breakdown includes timing and orientation details, an explanation of how the footwork varies based on which foot you begin the pattern on, a deep look at the body styling, and how the timing of your basic is affected by the pattern.

Price: $1.99
Instructors: Laura Glaess, Mike Roberts
Level: 3
Duration: 4:49
$1.99

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Laura Glaess Austin, TX, United States

Laura Glaess, Online Dance Teacher Profile
Dance Styles: Vintage Dances Partner Charleston Jitterbug Lindy Hop Jazz (vernacular) Blues
Teaches with: Andrew Sutton Bill Borgida Mike Roberts
Available Lessons: 97 Dance Lessons
Available Lessons Packs: 24 Dance Lesson Packs
Hailing From Austin, TX, United States

Laura learned her dancing basics from a group of Lindy enthusiasts while at Trinity University in San Antonio. Since then she has been heavily involved in efforts to promote this style of dance to the community. For the past three years she has been teaching Lindy dance lessons. "The most important aspect of dancing to me," Laura says "is the ability to reach out for your partner and let them know everything that is going on inside of you and making sure that you pick up on everything that is going on inside of him. It's like the best conversation you've ever had."
www.mikeandlauralindy.com

Mike Roberts Austin, TX, United States

Mike Roberts, Online Dance Teacher Profile
Dance Styles: Vintage Dances Partner Charleston Jitterbug Lindy Hop Jazz (vernacular) Blues
Teaches with: Laura Glaess
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Mike Roberts has been teaching since 2001 and has been dancing Lindy Hop and associated dances including Balboa, Charleston, Shag, and East Coast Swing since 2000. A great deal of Mike's success can be attributed to his vivid imagination. He admits to pretending he's a superhero like Colossus or Spiderman before he lifts weights (or his partner). It really helps your ability to keep up with a 250 bpm song if you can leap tall buildings in a single bound. He believes that the most important thing in dancing is listening to your partner and having fun. No matter how much technique you have, if you're not having fun with it, there's no point.
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