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Welcome to Swing Patrol Exmouth Market
A big warm hello and welcome to our Swing Patrol Exmouth Market classes!
This is Swing Patrol’s regular weekend class held on Sundays. Absolute beginners are always welcome and no partner is required. These are set up as drop in classes so you can turn up whenever you like and be sure to have a good time.
2:30pm – Level 1 Beginner swing dance class
This class focuses on teaching all the basics of swing dance. Lindy hop 6-count, Lindy hop 8-count, 1930′s Charleston side by side, tandem and 1920′s Charleston. Absolute beginners are always welcome. Social dancing afterwards, from 4:30-4:45pm.
3:30pm – Level 1.5 Improvers class
This class focuses on a whole array of things, and will vary each week. We will work on technique and tips to get your dancing feeling really good. To do this class you will sometimes need to have a basic grasp of 6-beat Lindy Hop, 8-beat Lindy hop, Side-by-side Charleston and Tandem Charleston, but most weeks are also geared towards beginners in both classes, so listen out in level 1 for more info. If you need a quick refresher just ask before the class. We will also go into other styles that come under the umbrella name of ‘Swing’, including Blues, Balboa, and Solo jazz.
4:45pm – Level 2 Intermediate class
You’ve been doing beginners classes solidly for months. You are very comfortable dancing 6 count Lindy hop and Charleston. You’ve learned an 8 count swing out but maybe just recently and are looking to refine your basics, brush up that swing out and get some new material under your belt. You’re starting to social dance regularly and want a little more lead/follow clarity in your life! We will also focus on more solo jazz routines and technique in these classes!
Taking more than one class on the same afternoon? Your second (or third) class is half price — just £5!
Check out our class planFind out what we’re teaching over the coming weeks
What is swing dancing?
Swing dancing is a collection of dances from the 1920s-1940s. You can read more about it here.
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