Saturday, July 18thÂ from 11AMÂ to 4:30PM
Intermediate/Advanced Lindy Workshop
withÂ Justin Hill & Olivia Taylor!
LEADERS NEEDED Â – 3 more to balance the workshop! Followers who are thinking of dropping in should bring a leader partner to maintain the current balance.
More video: Justin & Olivia Demo Reel, Justin & Olivia ILHC 2012 Routine
Join us for a fun afternoon with Justin & Olivia, two fantastic performers, competitors and social dancers who recently moved to San Francisco via Seattle! Get fresh inspiration for your dancing while practicing with other motivated students!Â Justin & Olivia will share elements of their cute, playful & acrobatic approach to Lindy Hop to help you develop your own repertoire, technique and personal style!
Register by 2pm Friday, 7/17Â and save $10 and your spot in class!
|Saturday, July 18,Â 2015||Class Description|
Even the flashiest moved are built on basic movements. We’ll break them down and put them back together.
Kickin’ it Old School
Learn some of the signature moves and styling of the top dancers of 30s and 40s!
Stand out from the crowd and please your partner with some flashy moves and slick styling!
After the workshop:
The Women’s Building, Auditorium
3543 18th Street, SF, 94110 (near Valencia)
Full Workshop (3 classes): $50 early registration by 2pm Friday, July 16. $60 full price.
Drop-ins welcome ($22/class)…but we recommend bringing a drop-in partner to help keep the class balanced!
30 couples max.
Sign up today and save your spot in class!
About the Instructors
Justin and Olivia have been dancing together since 2010. They were original members of the dance team Rainier Rhythm, and have since competed and performed together all over the country. Whether competing, teaching, or choreographing, they try to emphasize the passion and playfulness of the dance and are always looking to make their swing outs go a little faster. Their career highlights include a first place win in the team division at The Ultimate Lindy Hop Showdown 2010, and performing at Seattleâ€™s Benaroya Hall as part of the Jump Session Show at Camp Jitterbug.
When teaching, Justin and Olivia focus on good technique to give students the tools to push the dance forward without losing its original spirit.