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Online Hip Hop Dance Lesson Video: House Spin To The Butt Blaster

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This lesson breaks up the pulse of your house dancing with a big and bold level change. Breakdown includes tips for strengthening both sides of the body, proper core movement technique, tips for developing controlled spins, and everything you need to know to properly set up this power move.

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Level:
4
Duration:
8:22

Song:
Closer (Deep Soul Mix)

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Eulanda Shead Aurora, CO, United States

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Instructor Bio

Eulanda Shead-- 2006 International Salsa Champion Eulanda Shead, is a classically trained dancer who has studied dance at the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre, Cleo Parker Robinson, Broadway Dance Center, and throughout the U.K. She specializes in fusing classical, folkloric and contemporary dance forms within the African Diaspora. She has extensively studied West African, Afro-Brazilian, Afro-Haitian, Afro-Cuban Rumba, Flamenco, Modern, Jazz, Salsa, Tango, Ballroom, Hip-hop, Horton, Dunham, House, and Ballet; which are all a part of the foundation for her unique blend of Salsa & Contemporary dance.

She has performed with Jimmy Bosch, Son de Cali, Chupacabra, Ozo Matli and other international musicians. She has made numerous television, film, and print ad appearances. Credits include WB2, Telemundo, StarzEncore, Atlanta Film Festival, BBC, Discovery Channel, Budweiser, BET, and Double Edge Films. She is currently dancing her third season with Moraporvida Contemporary Dance.

Ms. Shead has taught over 9,000 students during her 10 years of instruction. Many students have gone on to dance and train with the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre, Carnegie Melon University, New Youk University, Denver Nuggets Dance Team, Broncos Cheerleaders, Cleo Parker Robinson Training Group, and many other top University college dance programs.

Ms. Shead has taught and performed throughout the U.S. and U.K., including New York, Hawaii, Wales, and England. She has had the honor of being a guest instructor for the Latin Ballroom Society at Leicester University, University of Wyoming, and Colorado State University. Her choreography has been nominated for top awards at the American College Dance Festival, Hotlanta Salsa Congress, Colorado Salsa Open, Hawaiian International Dance Festival, and the International Hustle and Salsa Championship. Her biography has been published six times in Who's Who Amongst America's [Dance] Teachers, and the 2006 Outstanding American Educator Journal. Most recently, Ms. Shead was chosen to present her research on Afro-Cuban dance at the National Dance Educators Conference in the summer of 2007. She can be found teaching the Cleo Parker Robinson Dance Ensemble Company & is proud to launch Unleashed Dance Studios, LLC. www.unleasheddancestudios.com
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