Waltz step

in Intermediate, by eiki

Waltz step

Daniel and Gabriella show the Waltz step a Lindy circle variation.



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The moves in this video are:
– The waltz step also known as the “closed to closed basic”. This move is very similar to the Lindy circle but the difference is mainly the up high posture the leader takes in the middle of the move.

Follow the instructions in the video.

Teachers: Daniel Newsome and Gabriella Cook
http://www.freeswingdancelessons.com

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Rollercoaster cricle

악마의유혹 and 나띵 show a Lindy Hop move.

This is a Lindy Circle variation.

Teachers: 악마의유혹 and 나띵
http://www.youtube.com/user/evanheart

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Slow Lindy Hop moves

Kenny and Abeth show some good technique and nice moves to use while dancing to slower tempos.

The moves in this video are:
– Swivels for the follower.
– Hold step on count 1&2 for the leader where he lifts his left knee.
– Tire swisls (a very tight swivel for the folloer).
– In a swing out stopping on count 3&4 and just bouncing in place.
– Leg swoop.
– Leg swoop where the leader lets go of the follower.
– Accelerated lindy circle.
– Inside turn send out where the leader comes under the followers arm back into closed.
– A trip dip

Follow the instructions in the video.

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

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