Swing II – replaced by Open Level

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Do you have equivalent experience of at least one semester’s worth of Swing I? Have you mastered the basic rhythms of Lindy Hop? Can you do tuck-turns, pass-bys, lindy circles, and swing outs in your sleep? Are you ready add complexity and variations to your basics, and begin developing your personal dance style? You’re ready for Swing II! Message us or ask the instructors if you’re unsure 🙂

 

 

This semester, Swing I is being replaced by an Open Level Track!

Join Val Kutchko and Connor Cole for our open level Lindy Hop series! In February, we’ll continue thinking about all the magic we can make with sugar pushes, spend a day learning about swivels (for follows AND leads!), and then transition into thinking about transitioning between shapes!

The open level series is open to anyone who has attended 4-5 beginner drop in classes and/or feels very comfortable with basic lindy hop shapes (e.g., swing outs, circles, passbys, tuck turns).

Click here to register: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/open-level-lindy-hop-contd-tickets-92595723301

 

Please try to show up 5-10 minutes prior to class to get warmed up, change shoes, check in with instructors/make any necessary payments, etc.

***PLEASE NOTE***
Swing Ann Arbor’s series have changed times and locations.

  • Series Price (4-week series)

    • General Admission: $40
    • SAA Member: $30
    • Individual class: $12
      **If you’re not paying online, please complete eventbrite registration, note this in the registration form, and then bring EXACT CHANGE or CHECK to the class, or pay at the Front Desk during our Wednesday social dances!
  • Times: Wednesdays from 8-9pm
  • Location: Room 1401, Mason Hall, Ann Arbor, MI 48104
  • No partner needed! No experience needed (if joining at the start of semester. If you’re hoping to join midway through the semester, keep reading!).

 

 

***Prerequisites: Must know basic 8- and 6-count Lindy Hop movement to be successful in this class. Students should have experience equivalent to at *least* one semester of Swing I. Many students take Swing I multiple times before joining Swing II. If you’re not sure whether you’re ready for this particular Swing II series, ask the instructors!