School's In: Beginner Jazz / Jess & Lex - Ep01
Schools In: "Intro to Jazz" Beginner Series • 53m
You'll love this all new 8 episode Beginner Series with Jessica Richens & Alexis Gilbert!
In your first class, you'll learn the fundamentals of strong technique and jazz! We'll work on how to do a proper and confident jazz walk, pas de bureauxs, and pivot turns! Then, this class (and every class in the series) ends with learning a short, fun combo, including all the elements you've learned in class!
Your instructor: Jessica Richens & Alexis Gilbert
Assisted by Kaitlin Yamano & Chandler Green
MUSIC: “Until You’re Mine” Gloria Tells
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