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Getting to Intermediate

About the Workshop

Have you or are you thinking about going to Djam next year? Or maybe your now starting think about signing up for other dance camps. Are you worried that your not going to be ready?

Well .. theres 7 months between now and DJam .. thats a whole 7 months to get ready. But what do you need to do to get the most out of it?

Joo-Lee the organiser of DJam will spend the afternoon taking you through what is expected of intermediate dancers. By the end of the workshop come away with a list of those things that you need to personally work on and feel more confident in your dancing.

Tickets are £15 and are available either in class or online using the link below. There are restricted numbers so please buy your tickets early from the organiser of 6th Street Swing, Angeline Keightley: https://6thstreetswing.yapsody.com/event/book/109236/447086

When and Where?

Sunday, 25 June 2017 at Voodoo Cafe
14:00-17:00 - Workshop

How Much?

 
Price
Workshop
£15.00

About the Teachers

The legendary Dawn Hampton once said that if you want to improve your dancing, there is no better way than to dance all forms of dance.  This, in many ways, has been Joo-Lee’s own philosophy and experience.  Joo-Lee danced ballet as a child, was inspired and taught by the Jiving Lindy Hoppers since 1993 and has trained and gained social dance experience in Lindy Hop, Contemporary, Street, Salsa, Jive and Tap, all of which have influenced Joo-Lee’s own individual creative style.

Joo-Lee has a contagious enthusiasm for both dancing and teaching, ensuring an energy and buzz to any class or event she’s involved with.  Highly qualified, Joo-Lee’s background is as a former director of performing arts, as well as having had formal training in music and, most recently, life coaching, all of which combine to produce a highly effective, ever inspiring talent and expertise for building dance confidence and improving skills, performance and techniques in dancers of all levels.  Above all, Joo-Lee advocates that those who enjoy learning will in turn learn more and will learn more quickly.  Given the thousands of people she has worked with, together with her warm, relaxed nature, it is no surprise that Joo-Lee has successfully demonstrated that this is very much the case!

Andy is very much our music man!  His overt passion for jazz, swing and blues has inevitably led to an extensive, ever growing music collection to be proud of and this, together with his innate musicality and dance knowledge has ensured Andy’s reputation as a highly acclaimed Swing and Blues DJ, invited to play at numerous events all over the world!  Lindy Jazz are thrilled to claim Andy as our own resident DJ and it goes without saying that each event is guaranteed to offer the perfect soundtrack for an unforgettable dance experience, with a carefully managed atmosphere through music sensitive to the dancer’s every mood. 

 

This instinctive understanding of music has leant itself to Andy’s trademark smooth, connected and highly musical dance style!

 

Andy’s dance background began in the world of ballroom in 1990, followed by a growing passion for Modern Jive and an increasing devotion to blues dance and Lindy Hop, further fuelling his enthusiasm for social dance.  Andy can boast a most impressive foundation for his dance training, having studied with top teachers such as Frankie Manning, Steven Mitchell, Peter Loggins and Russell Sargeant.  Other influences include Salsa, Ballroom and Argentine Tango and his extensive experience, combined with Andy’s friendly, easy-going attitude have resulted in an accessible, motivational and connection-based teaching style which encourages everyone to feel welcome and included, promotes a relaxed environment and delivers positive responses from all our Lindy Hoppers!