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Flying Feet II- Collegiate Shag workshop
Join the Collegiate Shag revival!
Yes, the last workshop was so great, we’re doing it all over again! Annabelle and Nial are stepping up the moves and fun stuff and all things shag-a-delic. If you did the last one there is more stuff here. Been under a rock? Not done Collegiate Shag before? Fret not, join in this time round! Australian Shag Camp competition winners Annabelle Hale & Nial Bruce will have you shagging in no time – whether you’ve done a little, a lot or none at all.
Session 1: 10:30 – 11:45am
15min break/change over
Session 2: 12:00 – 1:15pm
Break Steps & Social Dancing
1:15 to 1:45pm LUNCH
Session 3: 2:00 – 3:15pm
Side By Side
Session 1: Shag Fundamentals
This class covers how to lead and follow in shag, covering weight changes, frame, and pulse. Then we’ll be breaking into some double shag and basic shag positions.
(Total beginners welcome, and those new to shag.)
Session 2: Break Steps & Social Dancing
Some great, simple break moves to get you social dancing shag in no time. We’ll also talk about musicality for shag to really hit those highlights in a song. (Level 1)
Session 3: Side by Side
We’re going to open up your shag dance with a whole bunch of new moves dancing side by side. (Level 1/2)
COSTS and REGISTERING
$25 per person per session or $60 for the whole day when pre-booking through TryBooking.
Registrations will close Thursday 16th April at 5pm.
(Note that TryBooking is not an app and won’t work properly from a phone or other device. Best to get onto a computer to register.)
Registrations open now!
$30 per person per session or $70 for the whole day for casual attendance paid in cash on the day – no need to register.
FAQs and Other Information I Need to Know
* This workshop is aimed at beginner to intermediate level dancers and beyond. Some experience with swing dancing would be useful, but not essential. The first session of the day will teach you the basics of Collegiate Shag, and allow you to build on that learning throughout the day in subsequent sessions. You can do just one or two sessions, or take on the whole day, for the full shag experience.
* You do not need a partner to register, we will rotate partners throughout the workshop.
* You can pre-register and pre-pay for this workshop to receive the discounted price OR you can pay cash on the day for casual attendance.
* What do I bring on the day?
Shoes comfortable for dancing (Shag dancers usually wear flat shoes), water, small towel, deodorant, mints, snacks, lunch.
* Any other questions?
Any questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Annabelle Hale and Nial Bruce have been dancing shag since they started learning swing dancing. After their first lessons, their dance hobby slowly became a dance obsession that has lead them to competing with great results at Australian Jitterbug Championships and Australian Shag Camp, as well as learning from some of the greatest shag dancers the world has to offer. Annabelle and Nial are excited to share this dance they love in the hopes we will see more shag dancers out on the social floor.
Watch great dancing from Australian Shag Camp 2014, with Jack & Jill competition winners Annabelle & Nial from the 2 minute mark: