Learn how to use angles to create a more dynamic look on the dance floor!
3 Keys to looking great with your partner! Match, Compliment or Contrast your partner to create some good looks.
Create a drill like this to explore your options stylistically.
Contra Body Movement: Learn how to create stability using contra body movement.
4 ways to style your swing: Learn to SWING - PULSE - FLOW & GROOVE to create different styles of swing.
Sugar Push: Add some style to your sugar push with this quick video.
Add some style to your right side pass and sugar tuck
Minimizing your movement to maximize your partner: Learn the concept of moving less to show off your partner a bit more.
4 ways to use your arms to create different moods in your dancing.
4 ways to accent the music: Simple movements that will help you accent the music!
Sugar Push Variation (intermediate)
Ladies inside turn hijack: This is an easy hijack for the ladies as an alternate ending for any free spin. The best part is it does't break the flow of the pattern!
Learn to easy ways to vary your anchor step on your basic patterns.
Learn how to align your body to achieve good posture!
Finish your lines! Tips on finishing your arm and leg lines.
I'll give you a very philosophical approach to style and creativity!
Improve your Connection, Style, Musicality and Footwork with this video! Learn to dance your patterns like a linedance!
A's - V's - H's How these 3 shapes affect your connection.
Learn some fun latin inspired hip-isolations to use in your WCS!
Want to learn how to make long beautiful lines? Learn to stretch in 2 directions. This is one of my favorite styling concepts.
Want some ideas of how to use your hips in West Coast Swing. This will give you some things to think about.
Want to learn some basic ways to use your arms when you dance? Check this out!
Q&A: How do I develop my own style? This video explores some theory and then some practical examples of how do develop some style in your WCS.
Learn to properly track your feet from step to step. This is something that is often not talked about but that all high level dancers do.
Q&A: What does it mean to be ground with your footwork? Find out in this video!