The Mini Dip – Minneapolis Dip

Simon and Natasya show some basic Lindy Hop moves. Slingshot with follower in front, Slingshot with the leader in front as well as the Minidip.



- Note: the minidip is not an actual dip in the classical sense. Rather an old move from back in the day wich was named the minniapolis-dip(minidip is the short form). –

In this video the dancers show some different moves. There are slingshots and at the end of the video (around 2 minutes) they also perform a Mini-Dip (aka Minnie Dip, short for Minneapolis Dip).

Teachers: Simon and Natasya
http://www.theswingstation.co.nz

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Swing out Technique

Marcus and Janie show the basic Swing Out.

In this video you will find the basic footwork for the Swing Out move. The Swing Out is always an 8-count move.

Attention: at 1min45sec in the video, the focus switches from the Swing Out to connection concepts and a rotational rock-step.

Teachers: Marcus Coker and Janie Austin http://www.itsaboutmomentum.com

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Double tuck turn from closed

Audun and Charlotte show the double tuck turn from closed position.

Follow the instructions in te video.

The move in this video is the double tuck turn from closed position (a.k.a. the double spin). This is an 8-count move. It starts with a rock-step, then triple-step, then step-step, and ends with a triple-step.

Teachers: Audun Kveberg and Charlotte Skajaa

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Basic footwork and simple patterns

Beginner basic steps and footwork with a few patterns.

Leaders make sure that you start your basic footwork with your left leg on count 1.
Followers make sure that you start the basic with your right leg on count 1.

Teacher: Léo and Lucy Falkner from http://www.rhythmcity.ca

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