Dance Country Volume 1 - Country Swing Dancing for Beginners
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Get ready to dance Country Swing -- a modern style of country western dancing with dips, lifts, and high-flying aerials! Dance Country volume 1 teaches you all the basics of country swing with a mixture of East-coast swing and moves that can be used in West-coast Swing, Salsa, and other ballroom styles. In 90 action-packed minutes, teachers David Reeb and Meghan McMahon will have you moving through this hard-stomping, high-kicking introduction to country swing. You will learn the basic steps and counts, plus a variety of flashy moves you can show off at the club -- and also how to integrate all the moves together into a smooth-flowing dance! A high-energy country soundtrack and the exciting atmosphere of the Cowboy Lounge in Denver, Colorado make this series a total package of learning and western fun.
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David Reeb is one of Denver s busiest dance teachers, having taught over a thousand students country swing, one-step, two-step, and triple-step since 2003. He is usually found teaching and dancing in Denver but has also taught dance as far away as Haiti. Meghan McMahon started dancing at age 4 and enjoys many styles from lindy hop to hip hop --including ballet, tap, salsa, tango, ... and country swing! Meghan is also a model, voiceover artist, and actor. She loves to share her passion for dance!
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David and Meghan are very easy to understand, and they break down the details effortlessly. I think this would be quite challenging to somebody with no dancing experience - but not impossible, with a little determination. For my husband and I, I think we'll catch on quick. The style of the dance is perfect for our differing preferences. I like to move fast, and move a lot. He likes to concentrate and break things down. Country swing allows him the time and ease of movement to make decisions about what move is coming next and it keeps me spinning like a top!
I am excited beyond words (I love dancing) to master these moves and start with some of the flips and aerials on Dance Country Volume 2.
As for the video, it was well put together and was very informational. I can't compare it to other videos out there, but I know it did exactly what we wanted it to do.