Left to Left Swingout

Kenny and Jesse show a swingout variation from the leaders left hand to the followers left hand they call the Left to Left Swingout.

Follow the instructions in the video.

Teachers: Kenny Nelson and Jesse Hanus
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She/He Underarm Passby

Kenny and Jesse show the technique behinde the move She/He Underarm Passby.

- Pay close attention to the technique details in this video they will help you in the future. Especially the hand and finger positioning during these movements. –

Follow the instructions in the video.

Teachers: Kenny Nelson and Jesse Hanus
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Tandem to Tandem Pushout

Kenny and Jesse show a Tandem to Tandem Pushout variation.

Follow the instructions in the video.

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Tandem Double Loop Turn

Kenny and Jesse show a Tandem charleston variation they call The Double Loop Turn.

Follow the instructions in the video.

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Tandem Leader’s Loop Turn

Kenny and Jesse show the Tandem Charleston Leader’s Loop Turn.

Follow the instructions in the video.

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The Chase

Kenny and Jesse show The Chase, a Charleston choreography.

- If you are into solo charleston and jazz you gotta know The Chase –

This is the Chase Charleston step. It can be done in various ways. For example either with the leader and follower facing the same direction or facing each other.

By the way, this is not a socially leadable figure, so on the dance floor you should do it with people you have practiced the sequence with.

NOTE: These moves are also known as the “Downs” Break.

Here is a video with examples of dancers performing The Chase. ILHC 2011 – The Chase

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Basic Footwork Drills

Kenny and Jesse show some basic footwork drills for Lindy Hop.

Follow the instructions in the video.

- This is a basic 8 count pattern with triple steps. It’s a good way to warm up the feet and get them ready for more dancing.
- The video includes Rocksteps, “Happy Steps”, Triple Steps, 8 count Forward & Back.

Teachers: Kenny Nelson and Jesse Hanus
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Double tuck turn into Tandem

Kenny and Jesse show a variation of a classical way of getting into Tandem Charleston. This move is an extended version of the chase into tandem a.k.a the S-turn into tandem a.k.a the tuck turn into tandem.

Follow the instructions in the video.

- A popular variation on this moves involves the leader stepping away from his follow to his right with his left leg on count 9. This gives the visual effect of the follower “chasing” the leader.
- To review the basic version of this move click here.

Teachers: Kenny Nelson and Jesse Hanus
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S-turn into Tandem

Kenny and Jesse show a classical way of getting into Tandem Charleston. This move is often called the chase into tandem, the S-turn into tandem as well as a tuck turn into tandem.

Follow the instructions in the video.

- A popular variation on this moves involves the leader stepping away from his follow to his right with his left leg on count 7. This gives the visual effect of the follower “chasing” the leader. Hench the name chase into tandem. This variation you will have seen in a previous video.

Teachers: Kenny Nelson and Jesse Hanus
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Intro to Tandem from airplane charleston

Kenny and Jesse show a way to get from airplane charleston into tandem charleston.

Follow the instructions in the video.

Teachers: Kenny Nelson and Jesse Hanus
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