Learn the Opposite Role
Are you a lead who wants to follow, or a follow who wishes to lead? Perhaps you're already doing it, but it doesn't feel quite right? Learning the opposite role doesn't only allow you to dance with both leads and follows, but also allows a deeper understanding of partner dancing on both a physical and psychological level.

The bonus is, being able to dance both roles also opens up the possibility of switching roles during a single dance!

Join Claris and Kingsley in this intensive workshop where they'll cover key concepts and fundamental techniques on each respective role.

See some insights from international instructor Sharon Davis on dancing in both roles: https://www.jazzmad.co.uk/9-reasons-to-learn-to-lead/

Should I attend?
This is a workshop for intermediate/advanced dancers. You should feel very comfortable in at least one role, have a good understanding of Lindy hop fundamentals, and be prepared to be challenged and to learn with an open heart.
Workshop details
Date: 21 Jun 2019 (Fri)
Time: 8:00 - 9:15pm
Venue: STEAM (4/F, Si Toi Commercial Building, Queen's Road Central, Sheung Wan)
75mins of material, drills & feedback session + 3hrs of socials + 1x free drink.

$220/ person (1x alcoholic drink)
$200/ person (1x non-alcoholic drink)

Your spot is only confirmed upon payment by:

PayMe: 9870 5650 Claris Yip (pls put your name & "21/6 Learn the Opposite Role" in the message)
Bank Transfer: HSBC 034-8-202706 Yip Nga Ching Claris

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Al Minns and Leon James in partner dancing (1961) from 2:30
Female partner dancing at New York Worlds Fair (1939)
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