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Combinations

Keep Your Head Up

This combo really cooks with some fast feet and fun rhythms! Stay low, pick up your feet, tap your troubles away and always remember to keep your head up!

Exercises

Rhythm Turns Progression

This progression will really drill your rhythm turn footwork and is a great exercise to work the connection between your arms and how they help your balance, lift, and turn in the step.

Combinations

Shine on Your Shoes

This combination uses a good vocabulary of steps and rhythms for the beginning level tap dancer. In a more traditional or 'broadway' style, it incorporates arms, weight change, and musicality into...

Combinations

What It Is

Get ready for a combination that covers a very energetic style from start to finish. Show as much swag while still maintaining clean articulation, accents and super fast transitions. Njoy.

Combinations

World No More

In this combination you need to portray a silky smooth persona as your audience should never really know in what direction you are about to move next. Steps covered are double shunts, paradiddles w...

Combinations

The Truth

You will have so much fun with this routine as there is a tremendous breath and fluidity throughout, encouraging dynamic tone and upper body expression. Utilize every ounce of the music so you onl...

Combinations

Present Tense

This combination musically has a smooth jazz flavour with loads of rise and fall to the choreography. We will be focusing on quick weight changes, toe tapping and wiggles.

Exercises

Heel Pick Knocks

This exercise is about clean even sounds while articulating a smooth upper-body flow.

Exercises

Toe Heel Wiggle Slide with Arms

This exercise covers toe and heel drops, transferring of weight and slides in a fun way.

Combinations

Got It Goin' On

This combination has a smooth, fluid style to accompany nerve beats and improvisation. Sit back on the beat and listen to the trombone as it indicates the style required for this piece of choreogr...

Combinations

Bore Me

This is a nice, rocky beginner combination which encourages you to use your whole body. The speed of this piece may seem a little quick but will fall into place once your coordination settles. So...

Exercises

Paradiddley

This exercise is a mixup of paradiddles and paddles. Starting in fours and moving to singles. A great exercise for well balanced beats sustained with ease.