Private Classes

More than just ordinary workshops

Have you ever dreamt of dancing and making friends with top Lindy Hop instructors?

Sylwia Rozpierska and Michał Ruszkawski

Warsaw, Poland

Sylwia and Michał met for the very first time at lindy hop party in Warsaw six years ago.
For as long as they can remember a joy of sharing a dance with others and significant influence of music on their improvisation have been essential for their dancing. So has fast swing outs, Sylwia and Michał are crazy about them!

They radiate positive vibes and take pride in their individual approach to each student during classes. Paying attention to technique of movement, studying musicality and having fun of dancing direct their feet on the dancefloor almost every day.

Focus on the origins of jazz helps them understand the lindy hop. They respect both swing dance and music history and continuously search for inspiration taking part in international workshops and tap classes.

Isabel Gregori and Víctor López

Valencia, Spain

Isa and Víctor signed up for Lindy Hop lessons in the fall of 2014. Although dancing was something that never crossed their minds, the swing bug bit them both since the very beginning. Soon they became active members in their local scene in Valencia and started to attend international swing events.

They are teachers of Black Bottom Studio (Valencia) since 2016 which gives them another reason to travel in order to improve and learn as much as possible. They believe that continuous learning is the way to be able to offer their best to their students. Since 2015, they have attended more than 60 festivals (and going up every month :-p).

Apart from her endless energy, Isa is well known for her everlasting smile and the passion she throws into her dance.
What stands out in Víctor's dance are his team player skills. During the dance he focuses on taking care of his partner.
Their energy and good vibes both in the dance floor and at their classes are contagious.

Genia Tsvietkova and Alexey Kazennov

Kiev, Ukraine; Moscow, Russia

Genia’s dancing story begun when she was 6 years old. Lindy Hop she met in 2006. Also she is a big fun of blues dancing. The dancing way keeps her excited, she finds out something new and really interesting all over the time. She hopes “this way will never reach the final destination ;-)“.

Genia was teaching in Russia, Belarus, Poland, Lithuania, France, Belgium, Taiwan; won some competitions in Ukraine, LHCC in Vilnius, Dragon swing, fast feet competition in Herrang.

Since 2015 Genia is a part of the project Shiny Stockings Chorus Line in Kiev.
During the last time was involved in many routines and 4 great shows “The Jazz Age” with Shiny Stockings Chorus Line and Kyiv Rhythm Kings band.

Dancing is an important part of her life. Such attitude to dance makes her not only good dancer, but also responsible and attentive teacher.
Mostly her classes are concentrated in how to connect dance more with music and enjoy your dancing. It's mix smoothness of blues, energy of lindy hop and music feeling inside of yourself.

Alexey Kazennov is an incredibly talented and inspiring swing dancer hailing from Russia.

He started dancing in 2013 with extraordinary enthusiasm, came to every single party. In 2015 he jumped into the Lindy life with both feet and began teaching, practicing and traveling all over the world, and has won a great number of competition titles (ILHC, Savoy Cup, Rock That Swing, and a long etcetera!).

Lindy hop, Authentic Jazz, Blues, and St. Louis Shag, there is nothing he can’t dance!

Alexey is famous for his personal style as a dancer, his big smiles, and most of all for his high energy on the dance floor! Do you believe that someone can dance for 24 hours non-stop?
Yes, this is Alexey!

Now you can!
All you have to do is:



Purchase 100% of your Party Pass.



Choose your teacher and the date of the class.



Gather your group (of up to 12 people) or go by yourself.



Book and pay for the class... and enjoy your time with the teachers!

It's cheaper than you think, check it out!

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Learn in small groups with people you know, work on whatever you want and bond with the teachers!

Schedule to be announced soon!

Below you can find the topics proposed by our teachers. Keep in mind that during the registration you can also put forward topic of your own interest.

Sylwia and Michał

Fast swing outs
A couple of hints to cross your own border of speeding up! Fill the tank with rocket fuel and be comfortable for your partner at the same time.
(Level: adv)
Charleston? Nice and easy
If you need a rest for while after one song of charleston, you definitely should show up on fast tempo charleston drill. You get to know how to stay grounded and dance fluently with whole your body.
(Level: beg+/int/adv)
Swing out footwork variations
Listen to a song, feel the beat and get inspired. So many steps connected to music at your fingertips. Either get to know new footwork variations or create yours on your own.
(Level: beg+/int/adv)
Back to basics to build your creativity
There are so many tools to develop creativity in your dancing, just in front of you. We explore the basics to have fun with building a brand new dance from scratch.
(Level: int/adv)
Slow lindy hop
How to dance to lower tempos keeping the flow of fluent movement? How to stay grounded and share it with your partner? Understand your partner to find a connection which helps you use each others.
(Level: int/adv)
Charleston inspired by old movie’s dancers
Watch a clip, slow it down and learn step by step. Our inspiration is After Seben (1929), it was probably the first time lindy hop was recorded. Please notice, Shorty George Snowden, one of the lindy hop legends, danced with his partner Pauline Morse as a last couple.
(Level: int/adv)
More balance - less connection
Being comfortable in partner dancing demands staying in your own balance. Ground yourself, try lighter connection and leave more space for your partner. Don’t rush, every step takes a lot of time.
(Level: beg/int)

Isa and Victor

Playing with rhythms
We will explore different rhythm variations to be used in our basics moves, and give you some options to take with you to the dance floor.
(Level: all levels, we can adapt the level to the class)
Competitions and show
We’ll work on developing some skills that will help you to become better in competitions and performances. Be ready to be challenged!
(Level: adv)
Transitioning between kicks and triples
We will work on getting a smooth transition between Triples and Kicks, in order to feel more comfortable and versatile dancing at higher tempos
(Level: int or higher)
Dips and Tricks
We will work on a routine that includes some fun dips and tricks. If you like to jump and fly this is your class ;-)
(Level: open level, minimum required: basic 6 count pass by and swing out)
Echoes from Harvest Moon Ball
Inspired by the old timers, we will learn some new rhythms and moves shown at Harvest Moon Ball videos.
(Level: int/adv or higher)
We will work on your movement continuity in order to achieve more fluidity in your dancing, adding as well some changes in the groove to achieve more textures.
(Level: all levels, we can adapt the level to the class)
Swing out variations
If you are looking for new shapes and rhythm variations in your swing out, this is your class ;-)
(Level: int or higher)

Genia and Alexey

Sugar push
How to make your push really sugar. Sugar push variations.
(Level: for students who easily doing 6-count basic)
Barrel roll
Start from the basic move and improve it to the more funny and fancy way.
(Level: for students who easily doing 6-count basic)
Pass by
Be more creative and fancy when you are just passing by.
(Level: for students who easily doing 6-count basic)
Old school jig walks
Come back to the roots and make your jig steps more various.
(Level: int)
Unexpected body connection
Find a new way to improve your dancing skills with some moves, based on different type of body connection.
(Level: int/adv)
Lindy on tap
Refresh your dancing skills with new rhythms and shapes inspired by tap dancing.
(Level: adv)

Genia — Solo Track

Swivels and variations
Class for followers. Will find out from where swivels are coming and how can be comfortable and useful. Will talk about body motion, arms and will do couple variations.
(Level: followers which can dance on triple steps)
Solo jazz class
Will take couple of very common solo movements, will go deep, will talk about stylish options and then will practice on smooth transitions between the movements.
(Level: int)
Solo blues and body control
How to move a separate part of your body. And then how to make them dance in one team, very slow, very smooth, continues movement. Be stable, be more sure about your body abilities.
(Level: all levels)

Alexey — Solo Track

Artistic style in solo jazz
Work more on you performance skills with fancy routine.
(Level: int)
Soft shoe variations
Put more rhythm to your jazz steps by tap variations.
(Level: adv)
Afro steps
Come back to the roots of authentic jazz and make you dance more free and wild.
(Level: all levels)
Al and Leon style
Learn solo jazz routine inspired by amazing dancers of the past - Al Minns and Leon James!
(Level: int/adv)

The Private Classes registration opens soon!

Yes, you can:

  1. Book a Private Class on a day not covered by your Party Pass (e.g., having a Sat-Sun Party Pass, you can get a Class on Thursday or Friday).
  2. Go only by yourself, as a couple, or a group of up to 12 people.
  3. Ask teachers to work on specific topics. It will be possible once the booking is finalized.

Keep in mind that:

  1. If you wish to register as a group, you should complete that group before registering for the Private Class.
  2. All the participants of the Private Class you intend to make a group booking for should purchase 100% of the Party Pass.
  3. The person that registers a group for a Private Class is responsible for making the Private Class purchase on behalf of the entire group.

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