The next beginners Lindy hop classes in Brussels @ Mme Moustache will start in September 2020.
The class is given in English.
7:00 pm - 8:15 pm : Beg-inter
Quai au Bois Brûler 5-7, 1000 Brussels
In a way Nick started dancing as an escape from daily life, where he was working as a youth counselor and graduating creative therapy classes. For years Nick wanted to dance LindyHop – and finally gave his life that spin.
Hyperactively he started taking courses, combining schools and going to social dances like a (hyperactive) maniac. Passing through- projects popped up. Opportunities to train hard, teach, perform and compete came his way.
Learning Lindy Hop should be fun and has not a lot to do with multitude of complicated steps. Do what you feel, be dynamic and keep that flow. Unorthodox and theatrical… what did you expect?
Nick is part of the Brussels performance group Jazz Maniacs.
Louise started dancing as a child and was trained in classical ballet and modern jazz. Digging into brazilian and jazz tunes has always been essential to her. She discovered swing dances in 2016 during a workshop with Angela Andrew. Since then, she has continuously been training and attending workshops and festivals. She is passionate about the Lindy Hop as an urban, community street dance and wishes to convey this joy and energy when teaching. She is part of the Brussels performance group Jazz Maniacs and she seeks inspiration from old timers such as the Whitey’s Lindy Hoppers and Mabel Lee
You’ve mastered the basic charleston, triple steps, groove walks, kick steps on basic patterns like send-out, tuck-turn, change places, circle, and know the difference between dancing in a 6 and an 8 count.
During this course we will expand your vocabulary with new moves, teach several variations on moves you already know, help you improve the basics, such as the bounce, and work on your technique and connection.
You have follow +/- 5 months of weekly classes with Apollo Hop.