Learn Line Dancing while Exercising!

Step by step videos to 9 line dances that you can use for exercise and have fun!
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Instructed by Jessica Ann Health & Fitness / Dance
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  • Lectures 19
  • Length 1 hour
  • Skill Level Beginner Level
  • Languages English
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About This Course

Published 11/2015 English

Course Description

This course is a perfect introduction to line dancing.

You will learn 9 line dances to do for exercise or to do when you go out line dancing!

The course is broken down into an introduction where I'll introduce myself.

Then the next part I'll teach you basic dance steps that are in most of the line dances.

The next section will teach the 9 line dances, with the first video going over all of the steps at a slower pace. The following video will be the line dance put together at a faster speed with a recommended song to do it to. They aren't to music so that you can do these to your favorite songs, and when you memorize them you can do them without the videos.

This course is perfect for beginners who have little or no dance experience and want to learn to line dance! You can replay the lessons as many times as you need to in order to get the hang of the line dance, or go right to the videos to do to music.

You'll always have these videos to refer back to!

I picked these 9 line dances because they are not too complicated and easier to pick up. They start out very basic and get a little more challenging as you learn each line dance. This course allows you to go at your own pace! Enjoy!

What are the requirements?

  • have a space cleared to dance
  • depending on what surface you're dancing on you might need socks, dance shoes or shoes that slide easily

What am I going to get from this course?

  • line dance
  • exercise
  • do basic dance steps
  • learn 9 line dances
  • learn the counts

What is the target audience?

  • people with little or no dance background
  • anyone who enjoys line dancing but isn't familiar with the dances and wants to learn
  • anyone looking for a fun time exercising
  • this is not for anyone who is unable to dance or doesn't like to

What you get with this course?

Not for you? No problem.
30 day money back guarantee.

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Lifetime access.

Learn on the go.
Desktop, iOS and Android.

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Certificate of completion.

Curriculum

Section 1: Welcome!
01:22

In this short video I introduce myself and we'll get into the course!

Section 2: Learn the Dance Steps
04:18

This video teaches some of the basic dance steps that you'll use in these line dances. Feel free to replay the video until you feel comfortable with the steps.

05:19

This video teaches a few more dance steps that you'll use in these line dances. These might be a little more challenging. Feel free to replay the video until you feel comfortable with the steps.

Section 3: Line Dance Lessons & Dances
02:24

In this video you will learn how to do the simple Two Step line dance. Feel free to replay this as many times as you need to in order to get the hang of it!

03:55

In this video you can follow along to the Two Step line dance and do it to your favorite song, or to Two Step by Laura Bell Bundy. You can also practice this speed without music!

04:44

This video will teach you how to do the Go Go Stomp line dance! Feel free to replay the video until you feel comfortable with the steps.

Go Go Stomp Line Dance
04:19
04:28

You will learn the steps for the Tricky Tricky line dance! Feel free to replay the video until you feel comfortable with the steps.

03:36

This is the full Tricky Tricky line dance to do to any song you want or to Tricky Tricky by Lou Bega. You can also practice this speed without music!

03:58

You will learn the steps for this line dance and the counts. Feel free to replay the video until you feel comfortable with the steps.

03:06

This is the line dance that you can do to music, like Kerosene by Miranda Lambert. You can also practice this speed without music!

Section 4: More Challenging Line Dances
04:30

This line dance video you can do to music like Suds in the Bucket by Sara Evans. You can also practice this speed without music!

04:17

This is the instructional video for the Thunder foot line dance. You can replay this until you feel comfortable moving faster, when you're ready go to the line dance video!

01:03

This line dance video you can do to music like That's my Kind of Night by Luke Bryan. You can also practice this speed without music!

03:32

This video teaches the steps for the Stetson line dance. Feel free to replay the video until you feel comfortable with the steps.

05:02

You will learn how to do the Country Girl line dance in this video. Feel free to replay the video until you feel comfortable with the steps.

03:35

This video is the country girl line dance that you can do to your favorite song, or Country Girl by Luke Bryan! You can also practice this speed without music!

03:48

This is the Southside line dance video that you can do to music like Redneck Woman by Gretchen Wilson! You can also practice this speed without music!

05:04

This video teaches the line dance for southside. Feel free to replay the video until you feel comfortable with the steps.

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Instructor Biography

Jessica Ann, Yoga Instructor

Jessica Walsh is a certified 200 hour yoga teacher through The Himalayan Institute. She studied yoga and dance at Penn State University. Her teachings are based on the Iyengar style and focus on proper alignment. Jessica attends the Yoga Journal Conference, Wanderlust, Bhaktifest and other festivals annually to study with internationally known teachers. Some of which are Marsha Wenig, Bryan Kest and Judith Hanson Lasater. She is the founder of YogiDance, a kids yoga program. Her newest project, Downdog Update is a youtube channel all about yoga!

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