Intermediates – Autumn Term
Tuesday 24th Sept – 10th Dec 2019 (12 weeks)
- Where: Downstairs Hall, St Barnabas Church Hall, Shacklewell Row, Dalston, London E8 2EA.
- When: Tuesdays, 7:30pm – 8:30pm (Class A) // 8:30pm – 9:30pm (Class B)
- Cost: Term fees => £100 one class / £150 both classes / £9 per taster class
- Teachers: Ed Watson & Katie Kelly
- Contact: call Ed on 07876024356 or email: Edward.email@example.com
- Booking: email Ed to reserve your spot.
If you’d like to take the first class as a taster – “try before you buy” – or have any questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org
We teach a 12 week pre-paid term which is split into two 6 week modules. Each Tuesday there are two Intermediate level classes which will cover different material so, theoretically, students could take just one lesson. The real idea behind this is to give you the opportunity to get two hours of training to really take your dancing to the next level. In addition to that, working with a group over a longer period of time means we get to tailor our lessons to the group, the class find a greater sense of cohesion which improves learning and our lessons can cover more content because there is less repetition. Plus, it gives you great value for money (from £6.25 per hour)!
To get the most out of these lessons you should have a solid grasp of the core figures (Tuck Turn, Change Places, Texas Tommy, Lindy Circle, Swing-out and Basic Lindy Charleston) and a good knowledge of the repertoire covered in Improvers classes, including; Send-out, Basket, Catapult, Tandem and Hand-to-Hand Charleston, and some variations on key moves such as Swing-Outs. You will also have an appreciation of lead and follow connection, tension and frame, and your footwork should be second nature. You occasionally social dance and have probably started thinking a little more about your relationship to swing music.
7:30pm-8:30pm Intermediate A – In the first 6 weeks of this term, we’ll look at figures and techniques where dancers change their footwork and move into opposite steps. Using open-connection to create moments of playful “away” and “together” in the dance. Perfect for leading into breaks in the music. In the second 6 weeks of term we’ll then move into some work around out Tandem Charleston. Developing our technique and vocabulary so this iconic move can be used at even the highest tempos.
8:30pm-9:30pm Intermediate B – In the first 6 weeks of this term, we’ll look at the different techniques to create linear and rotational movements in our dancing. Basket variations, free-turns and prep turns. Ensuring that your leading and following is precise to create flowing shapes. In the second 6 weeks of term we’ll then move into ways of incorporating Jazz steps into your Lindy Hop.
If you’re wondering which course is right for you or want to avoid booking fees then please please get in touch – email@example.com
Class A, Class B, or Both?
We’re hoping the majority of our students choose to take both classes but understand that time and money won’t always allow that. Although each class can be taken individually we think they work best when done together.
How To Book
To avoid additional fees for you, we will continue with our DIY booking system. Just email firstname.lastname@example.org to express your interest in joining the course. You will then receive payment instructions and once you have then paid your place will be guaranteed.
Course fee: £100 per class / £150 for two classes for 12 weeks of classes.
If you are unsure whether these levels are right for you, just contact the lovely Ed on 07876 024356 / email@example.com