write and congratulate you on your "Lindy
Hop Library" DVDs which are without doubt
the best instructional DVDs I've seen. Disc
1 gives a great introduction to Lindy Hop with
very clear, easy to follow instructions for
the basic steps and moves including tips for
leader and follower - all this backed up by
excellent demonstrations shown from every possible
angle at a moderate pace ideal for learning.
~ Mastering each of the sections in turn 9including
the practice routine) -provides a solid foundation
for moving on to the other discs in the series.
you both once again for making my birthday weekend
so fabulous; your dance class was definitely
the highlight of the weekend and everyone thoroughly
enjoyed themselves with great photos to prove
it! - Tanya
dvd, very well presented and explained - already
dancing better - Mike & Jen
a quick note to say THANK YOU so much for the
fantastic dancing and the lesson that you ran
last night. We have had the best feedback on
you all - it really made the night.
Regards - Lucy
loved your Swing Dance classes in Bath. Swing,
motion and all that is fun - fabulous - Gary
Fantastic DVD's!!!! Look forward to mastering
them.....thank you so much! - Rosie
Great DVDs, great detailed teaching. Recommended!
Please be my teacher - Julie
I would like to extend our thanks to you for
the excellent Charleston lessons on Saturday
afternoon and also for the fabulous entertainment
later in the evening - we have nicknamed you
Mr & Mrs Elastic Band!
Kind regards - Paula
Thanks - you were great! and looked fantastic
on the video as well. Many thanks - Mike
A big thank you for an enjoyable afternoon at
Northfield yesterday. - Di
Graeme Puckett and Ann Peskett, aka Hoppin'
Mad, lead the way with a spirited display of
the Charleston. At first sight, the dance seems
to involve a lot of kicking and gurning, but
an elderly gent on the next table practically
chokes on his dry martini as Ann hops forward,
back somersaults, then lands perfectly in front
of the hotel's mirrored deco bar. - THE GUARDIAN
and Ann show us how it should be done, legs
swaggering, arms flaring and fingers-a-twiddlin'.
They finish with Ann somersaulting over Graeme's
shoulder. - THE TELEGRAPH