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Solo Dance of Swing
Solo Jazz
Solo Jazz/Jazz Steps is an individual dance. It predates Lindy Hop and has come from a variety of different cultural traditions, but mainly from the Afro-American culture of North America. It shares the same name as the bustling city of South Carolina. Its dynamic style and spectacular sense of fun is closely identified with the wild spirit of the 1920's. It had a huge impact on the dance culture of the time, both for the complex coordination it requires and for the difficult steps-- rotation of the feet and waist and the flexing and extending of the arms and knees.
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Electroswing
Learn to give more energy to your dance, play with the rhythms and mix classic and new moves. The strong point of this style is the wide variety of resources that you can also add to your lindy.
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Tap Dance
Tap dance is a dance native to the United States and at the same time it's a musical instrument which allows a high degree of improvisation and creativity. It's danced individually and its main goal is to make music with the feet with the help of a special iron plate--or "tap"--that is attached to the sole. Tap dance practice improves musicality and coordination, and some tap dance movements can be incorporated in swing dances such as Lindy Hop or Charleston.
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Solo Blues
Blues is traditionally an African American dance that can either be danced with a partner or alone; Solo Blues is for the latter. It came from North America in the early 20th century and became known in Europe in the 1920's. It's a smooth dance style with sensual moves and slow steps and plenty of room for improvisation. Most of the dance moves were inspired by traditional blues music, but it can be danced to any tempo as long as it has a 4/4 rhythm.
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Cardio Swing
In Cardio Swing classes you can learn how to dance Jazz Steps on swing music, mixing fast and medium tempos. This is an open level class so you don't need to know Jazz Steps before registering the course, the teacher will adapt the rhythm to the students in class. The pace of the class is dynamic and focused on body movements non-stop, with no pausing. The aim is to promote cardiovascular exercise on a funny way on swing rhythm.
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Super Followers
These courses are exclusively for Lindy Hop followers. We will work style, variations, solo blues movements, solo Charleston steps, Jazz steps, body building and stretching among other things. We will also teach how to apply these techniques while dancing with a partner.
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The Stompers
Jazz Steps & Solo Charleston company, with new and adapted choreographies by Jana Grulichová, formed to promote Jazz Steps in Barcelona, offering shows in different places and not only in events organized by the school.
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Coreos Solo Jazz
Solo Jazz/Jazz Steps is an individual dance. It predates Lindy Hop and has come from a variety of different cultural traditions, but mainly from the Afro-American culture of North America. It shares the same name as the bustling city of South Carolina. Its dynamic style and spectacular sense of fun is closely identified with the wild spirit of the 1920's. It had a huge impact on the dance culture of the time, both for the complex coordination it requires and for the difficult steps-- rotation of the feet and waist and the flexing and extending of the arms and knees.
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Other Dances solo
Afrobeats
In Afrobeat class, you will learn a variety of African styles and movements. It is a class that combines rhythm, energy, and intensity with technique, coordination, and physic resistance. We will practice to original styles in dances from the 70's and present in Sud-Saharan Africa, where they are merged like Azonto (Ghana), Afrohouse (Nigeria), Coupé Décale (Côte d'Ivoire) and Kuduro (Angola), Highlife, Funky and and Yoruba music.
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Afro fusion
Afro-fusion is a fusion of different dance styles in Africa. Afro-fusion dance classes allow you to delve into the movements of the homeland. Explore African street/social dances (mainly West African social/street movements) with a focus on Nigeria and Ghana. These dances are then fused with various types of dances from around the world in Choreographies.
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Danzas culturales africanas
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Dance Hall
Classes will be focused on dancehall steps of all periods: Old school (from 80s to 2000), Middle School (200-201) and New School. Its different styles: Dancehall Queen (acrobracies and women's movements, Dancehall Gangsta (using many guns and fast feet) and Party Steps (these steps are very simple and fun and usually have a song).
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Heels Dance
En Heel Dance utilizaremos los tacones como herramienta para trabajar la feminidad a la vez que la potencia y la sensualidad.
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Hip Hop
Hip Hop is a cultural movement that was born at the beginning of the 70's in the African American and Hispanic communities in the South Bonx, New York.
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Modern jazz
Modern Jazz es un baile que se basa en la técnica del jazz, la conciencia corporal, las vueltas, la conexión con el suelo y los movimientos que expresan las emociones con una estética moderna utilizando música comercial. Este estilo de baile es muy popular en la televisión, especialmente en los videoclips y lo practican en todo el mundo tanto niños y niñas pequeños/as hasta personas adultas.
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Contemporany
Contemporary dance is an artistic expression based on classical ballet's technique, but which comprises not-so-rigid movements. It was born as a reaction to the classical forms and probably as a need to more freely express an idea, a feeling or an emotion--just like in classical ballet but with corporal movements typical from the 20th and 21st centuries. The pioneer was I. Duncan, followed by M. Graham, and R. St. Denis, among others. The aims are: to develop the physical potential of each dancer respecting their limits and acting from relaxation and correct body alignment all while maintaining the goal of avoiding pain and harmful corporal habits. The technique is based on work with the body's weight, the correct use of the floor and flexibility. This is achieved by different exercices and choreographies, as the main goal remains the expression of an emotion through the body.
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Burlesque
En la clase de burlesque vamos a crear un espacio seguro y de confianza para todes. Nos vamos a centrar en nuestra sensualidad como motor del movimiento, como liberacion de nuestro cuerpo.
Trabajaremos nuestra autoestima y seguridad desde el cuerpo, ya que es una manera muy divertida y que nos motiva a afrontar la vida desde otro punto de vista. Todo esto lo haremos a traves de la preparacion fisica, la actitud y las coreografias.
¡Experimentemos el poder de la sensualidad!
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Swing Dances with Partner
Swing - Lindy Hop
Lindy Hop is a partner dance whose roots can be traced back to Afro-American dance styles. It was born in Harlem, New York in the 1930s from the Afro-American population who danced the jazz from that era--swing music.

Lindy Hop quickly became popular in the US and it extended to Europe through the professional troupes' shows, films and American soldiers sent to fight in WW1 and WW2.

After a few decades, Lindy hop was put aside for more popular dances such as rock’n’roll. It has become fashionable again around the world, especially in Barcelona, where more and more people are discovering it and falling in love.

Classes are focused on connection between the partners and musicality.

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Balboa
Balboa is traditionally danced with a partner to a style of swing music that originated in the Balboa Peninsula, in southern California in the 1920's, when dance halls could no longer accommodate all the dancers, and it became popular in the 30's and 40's.
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COLLEGIATE SHAG
Collegiate Shag is a swing dance that was popularized in the USA in the 30's and 40's. "Collegiate" is a descriptive term used to explain who was dancing or the way a dance was done, in this case, college kids dancing their own rebellious form of shag -- in 6-counts with many fun steps and variations.
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Lindy Routines
Este curso está enfocado a bailarines de Lindy Hop que quieren aprender coreografías y actuar en las fiestas de SM de fin de trimestre, entre otros eventos. Si te gustan los retos, tienes ganas de formar parte de un grupo de Lindy Hoppers con mucha energía, quieres perfeccionar los pasos y te motiva el espectáculo, éste es tu curso!
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