Our next workshop is:
Suga Bomb with Trisha Sewell
We are thrilled to welcome Trisha Sewell back to Oxford to teach her excellent and highly regarded Suga Bomb workshops!
The aim of the Suga Bomb is for all followers to feel fabulous and confident about their dancing. Trisha aims for followers to find their own ‘Unique Sweetness’ and develop a dancing look that sets them above the rest.
The workshops are designed to encourage followers to express their own personal individuality as dancers. Suga Bomb promotes self-analysis, self-expression and experimentation without creative boundaries. We gain inspiration from other female dancers (old and new) but understand the value in being different.
This is a two day “core” workshop. You can do one or both days.
Day one is about developing the skills to become a ‘Dynamic Follower’. Day 2 focuses on becoming visually stylish and feeling great whilst dancing, aptly named ‘Ab fab’.
These workshops are aimed at followers from Improver level (OLH Level 2) upwards.
This is a gender neutral workshop and is open to dancers who are leads who also like to follow. There are a limited number of tickets available for this great opportunity to learn from one of the most highly regarded Lindy Hop teachers in the UK.
One day costs £35 or you can do both days for £60 – Each day will run from noon til 5pm including breaks.
Full weekend tickets are on sale with single classes going on sale from 1 September (subject to availability).
Booking is NOW OPEN! Click HERE.
General workshop info:
OLH aim to build on our weekly lessons by holding a number of workshops. All details of upcoming workshops, and information on how to register will be made available through the News tab.
There are two types of workshop: those taught by OLH teachers, designed to build on a specific aspect of the teaching that occurs at Cowley Cotton Club and Swing Fix and those taught by teachers from other scenes.
If you have an idea for a specific workshop that you’d like to OLH to put on then please drop us a line via email or Facebook. We also encourage all our dancers to investigate and attend workshops and events in other scenes to broaden your dancing skills.