Partnered Triple Step Swing Out Training

Triple steps are at the core of Lindy Hop. Once you're personally comfortable with the solo technique of triple stepping, it's time to apply it to a partner situation with a focus on connection and communication.

Day 9

Metronome training, level up our forward and backward spins, and wrap-up with the Charleston drills.

Partnered Fast Dancing Training

These videos explore the various footwork patterns that can be used while Lindy Hopping. The goal is to explore the differences and build awareness of what footwork patterns work best at certain tempos. Be sure to push yourself as training and familiarity with the drills will open up new possibilities for you. Don't fret if it doesn't feel comfortable yet; with time and practice, it will become easier and more fun.

Partnered Body Position Training

There are many different ways to hold ones' body while dancing Lindy Hop. These training videos explore what we have identified as the 4 main Body Positions used when dancing Lindy Hop (Front, Center, Back, and Counter). It might feel awkward initially, but with practice and time, they will become fluid and begin to feel natural. When we social dance, we usually flow in and out of these body positions, but for the sake of the drill, stay disciplined and focus on one body position at a time.

Day 1

Warm up for the two weeks ahead!

Day 2

Charleston and one-foot spins.

Day 3

Two foot turns and triple step training.

Day 4

One foot turns, metronome training and Swivels.