Author: iLindy Reporter

Cover photography by Sergey Shirokov How much Charleston do you regularly include in your social dancing? As with most music and movement, what comes in and out of vogue is 
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Get two months of access to iLindy, the world’s largest resource for online Lindy Hop lessons, for the price of one. That’s 50% off your first two months* of over 
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How’s your solo jazz? No, really. Sometimes people think that doing a few Boogie Backs and Fall off the Log for one song during a class warm-up is enough, like 
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No Partner? No Problem!  Want to improve as a dancer, but don’t have a dance partner? Do you feel like it’s challenging to work on your own dancing solo? We 
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Let’s talk about getting fancy: it starts with your feet and can make or break an outfit. That’s right, I’m talking about shoes. In this post, I’m going to talk 
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Hey Lindy Hoppers! Are you new to teaching or looking to improve your Lindy Hop teaching game? Today we wanted to talk a little bit about teaching curriculums for Lindy 
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Do you have an upcoming 1920s event or Gatsby Party? Do you want to learn to dance the Charleston online? Want to knock your friends’ socks off with your dance 
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What’s your learning philosophy? If you’re a dance teacher, what’s your philosophy as a teacher? And do you have an overriding Lindy Hop philosophy that guides you through the dance? 
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We are so happy to launch our new online learning platform for Lindy Hop, iLindy! iLindy.com is an extensive library of Lindy Hop moves, technique and hilarity brought to you 
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