A short and slow routinelette as a little challenge to get your grove on. It’s only 4 eight counts long. Once your comfortable with the pattern, you can then use each of these moves independently in your social dancing.
A nice 8 eights routinelette that has some bigger moves. The first two eight counts are a shout out to the Madison line dance originating out of Columbus, Ohio and danced in the late 1950’s into the 1960’s.
A short 4 eight count routinelette that has some challenging spinning for the follower. You can technically spin as little or as much as you’d like, but whatever you choose…fill the musical space. This might be a good motivator to work on one’s solo spinning skills as they will be required.
A fun 4 eight count routinelette. Learning little set sequences can expand on your vocabulary and musicallity when social dancing.
A 4 eight count routinelette with a fun partner clap with an upbeat tempo.
This 4 eight count routinelette can be used on almost any 32 Bar Swing section of music. The swivels on the end work really well at the end of phrases.
This 8 eight count routinelette incorporates partner charleston with an upbeat tempo.
A 6 eight count routinelette with some tricky footwork.