Add some kick to your Lindy Hop! Ultimate Lindy Hop Volume 2 picks up right where Volume 1 left off. In this comprehensive three-hour video Daniel Newsome and Giselle Anguizola show you all the basics of the Lindy Charleston, as well as many of the most exciting moves and patterns in the style. Especially geared toward fast music, Charleston is the ideal style to get comfortable leading and following to up-tempo music. These lessons will dramatically increase your swing vocabulary with Charleston-based movements and fluid combinations and transitions from 6 count to 8 count, to Charleston, and back again. Each move is shown with clear a breakdown of the steps, tips for dancing as a pair, and demonstration to music at the historic Triple Door Theater in Seattle.
DVD includes: ** side by side Charleston ** tandem Charleston ** traveling Charleston ** 1920s (face to face) ** hand to hand ** crossover Charleston PLUS... original moves created by Dan and Giselle, and some that simply don't fit any specific classification!
After taking in the basics, you will learn a series of routines and choreographies that will help you light up the floor! Not only have Dan and Giselle been teaching students worldwide for over a decade, each is known as a leading historian and innovator in the Lindy Hop community. They will show you the authentic steps as they were done originally in the 1930s and 40s, and add their own special twists. At Motion Lifestyle we believe the best dancer is the one having the most fun and aim to make our students the best dancers on the floor. There is no better way to learn the Lindy Hop!
Dan Newsome has been a professional dancer, dj, historian and teacher for over 10 years. He is known as both a preservationist and a creative force in Lindy Hop, Aerial Dance, Blues, and Tap. In addition to teaching thousands of students at Denver's Mercury Cafe, he has traveled the world to learn, teach, and compete.
Giselle Anguizola is a professional jazz dancer and teacher. She is dedicated to the preservation of vintage dance as a historian and instructor. Her passion for history has allowed her to meet meet and study with influential jazz dancers from many generations.