NEW BONUS LESSON! Essential Footwork Technique
Through technique exercises, drills, and fun combinations, you will learn the essentials of flamenco footwork to help you develop strength and learn choreography with greater ease! Two-Level Course: Beginner & Intermediate
NEW BONUS LESSON - Essential Flamenco Hand & Arm Techniques and Variations
This course focuses on flamenco hand and arm techniques, foundational movements & fun variations. 2-Levels: Beginner & Intermediate/Advanced
Warm Ups & Cool Downs
For Pre-Dance and Post-Dance Practices, This Course Contains: 1 Full Strengthening Routine, 1 Mini Warm Up, 1 Full Cool Down & 1 Mini Cool Down
Cantiñas con Mantón, Full Choreography
A choreography in the beautiful style of Cantiñas using a mantón - a flamenco shawl. This course is best suited for advanced beginners and up.
Flamenco Mantón (Shawl) Technique
A Course that Focuses on Flamenco Mantón (Shawl) Technique and Fun Variations to Prepare You for Upcoming Mantón Choreographies! Olé!
Bulerías de Lebrija, All Levels
In this course, you will learn a short, all-levels choreography in the style of Bulerías de Lebrija, through which you will unpack the language of Bulerías & learn how to adapt the steps to different letras.
The studio has an ever-growing library of video lessons for all levels in flamenco dance technique, choreography, and theory. The expanding library will continuously offer new lessons every month that provide the building blocks and vocabulary needed to help students understand and perform movements with increasing ease and artistry. Become a monthly member for $40/month and gain 24/7 access to a full library of video lessons that you can do wherever you have internet access, whenever you like, as many times as you wish, and at your own pace.
Lindsey received her Master of Flamencology Degree from ESMUC (Escola Superior de Música de Catalunya, Barcelona, Spain) in 2019; her Bachelor of Cultural Dance Studies and Creative Writing Degree from Goddard College (USA) in 2009, with a specialization in flamenco and salsa; and her Certificate of Professionalization in Flamenco Arts at El Centro de Arte y Flamenco de Sevilla (Spain) in 2012. She has dedicated herself to the study of flamenco since 2004, studying in Spain, France, Canada, and the United States with flamencos such as Miguel Vargas, Esperanza and Curro Fernandez, Carmen Ledesma, Francis Núñez Cabello, La Choni, Adela Campallo, Ursula Lopez, and Concha Jareño among many others. She has performed and taught in both Spain and the United States and currently teaches Flamenco as part of the Bates College Dance Department in Lewiston, Maine, USA. Lindsey performs traditional flamenco with national and international flamenco artists, as well as her own original contemporary-flamenco works that illustrate multimedia, multi-genre storytelling, often woven together with her own creative prose.