Lock Turns – Vernacular Jazz Dance Explained for Lindy Hop & Swing Dance

Support my channel by visiting http://www.patreon.com/lauraglaess Vernacular jazz / solo movement is a great way to bulk up your body awareness, rhythm, and individual expression – and the lock turn is a great example! Just follow along! After you go…

Lock Turns - Vernacular Jazz Dance Explained for Lindy Hop & Swing Dance

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Vernacular jazz / solo movement is a great way to bulk up your body awareness, rhythm, and individual expression – and the lock turn is a great example! Just follow along! After you go through the video once, feel free to go back and break things down, but give yourself a few chances to see and do in real time. After all – that’s what we have to do on the social dance floor all the time!

MUSIC:
Enough Harrumph, by the Jonathan Doyle Swingtet
https://jonathandoyle.bandcamp.com
Esquire Bounce, by the Brooks Prumo Orchestra
http://brooksprumoorchestra.bandcamp.com

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