Timetable
 
Day Location  Time Class
Monday Paddington 6:30-7:30pm Level 1 – Fundamental Lindy Hop
7:45-8:45pm Level 2 – Progressive Lindy Hop
Wednesday Fortitude Valley  6:30–7:30pm Level 1 – Fundamental Lindy Hop
 7:45–8:45pm Level 2 – Progressive Lindy Hop
Thursday Paddington 6:30-7:30pm Level 1 – Fundamental Lindy Hop
7:45-8:45pm Level 2 – Progressive Lindy Hop
Friday Fortnightly Fortitude Valley 7:30-8:30pm Absolute Beginner Class
8:30-Midnight Social Dancing
Weekly Classes at Paddington - 132 Latrobe Tce   Weekly Classes at Fortitude Valley - 9 Church St   Fortnightly Social at Fortitude Valley - 9 Church St

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Upcoming Start Dates for Fundamental Lindy Hop
Day 2017 Dates Venue Teachers
Monday 9th January Paddington Kam & Leigh
Wednesday 25th January Fortitude Valley Kam & Yolanda
Thursday 9th February Paddington Leif & Adilia
Monday 6th March Paddington Kam & Leigh
Wednesday 22nd March Fortitude Valley Kam & Yolanda
Thursday 6th April Paddington Leif & Adilia
Monday 1st May Paddington Kam & Leigh
Wednesday 17th May Fortitude Valley Kam & Yolanda
Thursday 1st June Paddington Leif & Adilia
Monday 26th June Paddington Kam & Leigh
Wednesday 12th July Fortitude Valley Kam & Yolanda
Thursday 27th July Paddington Leif & Adilia
 

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What is Lindy Hop?
20150509-_DSC0642 The Lindy Hop (also called the Jitterbug or abbreviated to just Lindy) is a partnered swing dance that came out of the African-American dance halls of Harlem, New York. With its roots in the Charleston dance style of the 1920s, Lindy Hop is a blending of expressive African solo dance movement with European partner dancing, and embodies the free spirit and improvisational, individualistic nature of jazz music. This improvisation occurs within an 8-beat footwork pattern, and being a partner dance, within the framework of lead and follow. The lead communicates where he wants the follow to go using his hands and body, and the follow interprets the leads cues through her frame and connection with him. Lindy Hop evolved along-side the shift from hot jazz music to swinging jazz in the late 1920s. Legend has it that the name Lindy Hop was first coined in 1927 by one of the original dancers, George Shorty Snowden. When asked by a reporter to name the dance he was doing, he dubbed it Lindy Hop after aviator Charles Lindbergh, who had famously crossed the Atlantic in a solo flight earlier that year (newspaper headlines at the time read Lindy Hops the Atlantic). The name stuck, and during the 1930s Lindy Hop spread, first to Hollywood and then the rest of the world. The dance was popular right through to the late 1940s, when the swing era finally gave way to bebop and rock n roll.
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