To achieve uniformity in the group during the weekend, it is essential to make sure you fit in the right level
“Charleston Lindy Hop”
You want to quickly learn dancing to have fun on the dance floor? Or you started dancing Lindy Hop in September 2018 and want to discover more? Join Jill & Alex class to learn the basics of Charleston and funny moves, and boost your dancing with 7 hours of classes, 3 tasters and practice your freshly learned new moves directly on the dance floor!
All you need is a pair of dance shoes and being in a good mood…
You need to be comfortable with the 6 and 8 counts, pass-by, change places, lindy circle, basics Charleston and alternate social dancing as well. You know the groove walks and triples steps. You have been introduced to the swing out. You go often to swing parties. You are eager to learn new moves and to learn how to connect better with your partner.
A track made for dancers who started dancing in September 2017 or January 2018.
You start playing with the music and create your own rhythms and musicality.
You are familiar with a great number of figures and you know how to successfully lead or follow them. You feel comfortable to slow rhythms, but fast tempo is still challenging. You strive to acquire new moves and to improve your technique.
You dance on a weekly basis for at least 2 or 3 years. You’re hungry for more and like challenging yourself.
Your leadership skills as well your following aptitudes make you apt at introducing style and variations with much confidence. You are a rhythmical and a musical dancer, you are capable of improvisation without a hitch.
Dancing on very fast music is still challenging for you. You like to focus on rhythm and technique.
You often attend international workshops and join swing parties is part of your daily life.
You dance on weekly basis for 3 or 4 years.
Your life is a mix of parties, classes and international workshops at high levels. Your own dance style and your personality shine through, which makes the difference for a more personal musicality and mood expression. Fast or slow dancing doesn’t alter your sense of rhythm and music. You might well be called to perform or teach.
You have been dancing everywhere for more than 5, 6 … years.