Drag Blues Moves

in Blues, by eiki

Drag Blues Moves

Joe and Nelle teach some Drag Blues moves.

Drag Blues is a modern dance form of Blues evolved from Ballroomin’ and Slow Drag.

This is a comprehensive instructional video that covers the solo body movement of boath the leader and the follower as well as how it works together.

Teachers: Joe DeMers and Nelle DeMers
www.joeandnelle.com

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Tango drags and a leg flare

Patrick and Natasha show some tango drags and a leg flare.

The moves in this video are:
– Drags.
– Leg flare.

Follow the instructions in the video.

Teacers: Natasha Ouimet and Patrick Szmidt
http://www.920special.com and http://patrickandnatasha.com and http://lindycentral.com

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Sailor step, around the world points, twist around and drags

Jesse and Mike show some classical old school moves.

The moves in this video are:
– The sailor step.
– The around the world points.
– The twist around.
– Drags.

Follow the instructions in the video.

Teachers: Jesse Hanus and Mike Thibault
http://www.groovejuiceswing.com

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Ballroomin’ Blues movements

Kenny and Abeth show some Ballroomin’ Blues movements.

The moves in this video are:
– Drag move, where the leader takes the full weight of the follow.
– Drag steps, where the follower really drags her legs while the leader walks.
– Pivot turn, either slow or quick
– Pivot turn to a double outside turn and from there into a lunge position.
– Coming up from a lunge going into a sideways triple step

Teachers: Kenny Nelson and Abeth Farag
www.swingindenver.com and
http://lindyhopporto.blogspot.com

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Slow dancing LH

Jean and Bromley show how a nice way to slow dance Lindy Hop.

In slow dancing you don’t always have to triple steps.

In this video you will find pivot steps in closed position as well as drag steps mixing slow steps and “quick, quick” steps.

Follow the instructions in the video.

Teachers: Jean Ma and Bromley Palamountain http://www.920special.com and http://www.jeanandbromley.com/

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