Lindy Hop—was originally the energetic form of partnered swing dancing that began in Harlem in the late 1920s and continues to thrive today. Lindy works well with big band or jazz and can be danced to slower music as well. It takes a bit longer to get started as the basic is technically more difficult for both the Leader and the Follower, but the result is worth it as this dance has many fun variations.
Lindy Charleston (to distinguish it from 20’s Charleston)- ever see people on the dance floor doing Charleston and want to dance like that? Learn Front and Tandem Charleston Variations and add them to your Lindy repertoire or East Coast Swing!
October 2-23 (Special topic October 30)
Beginning Lindy 2: 6:15-7:15pm (Beginning Lindy 1 or equivalent required)
Intermediate Lindy: 7:15-8:15pm (at least 4 months of Lindy required)
Advanced Lindy: 8:15-9:15pm (at least 6 months of Lindy required and permission