Drag Blues moves

Serge and Sarah show some drag Blues.

The moves in this video are:
– Basic body position in drag blues
– moving backward and forward
– pivot turns( aka “Whoosh”)
– hip catches
– the lunge
– level changes

Teachers: Serge Berg and Sarah Relander
http://www.sergeandsarah.com/


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Out and back turn

Daniel and Gabriella show a blues move they call the “out and back turn”.



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This move starts from a lunge position; from there lead the follower straight out with an outside turn and bring her back in a free spin. Then, tuck turn when she comes back and leading her back into a lunge from the other side.

Follow the instructions in the video.

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

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Artful movements for Blues

Mikey and Nikki show some nice movements.

In this video you will find slow steps also called “ballroomin'” wich can be used to slow music and blues and a “lunge” move.

This is an advanced Blues move.

Teachers: Mikey Pedroza and Nikki Marvin
http://mikeypedroza.com/ and http://nikkimarvin.com/dance/

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Artful movements

Mikey and Nikki show some nice movements.

In this video you will find slow steps (also called “ballroomin'”), which can be danced to slow music and blues, and a “lunge” move.

Teachers: Mikey Pedroza and Nikki Marvin
http://mikeypedroza.com/ and http://nikkimarvin.com/

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