Looking to learn the Sindy Swing, but don’t have the space, or want to practice at home? Check out our Sequence for Small Spaces series of videos.
Sequence dancing is where you repeat the same 16 or 32 bar routine throughout a song, dancing around the room, and in sync with everyone else.
Now that’s great when you have the space! What we’re going to show you today is how to practice the basic movements in your front room.
The Dance – Sindy (Cindy) Swing
The Sindy Swing features a mixture of Charleston, Cha Cha, Waltz and Quickstep steps.
To convert this into the full routine you would do your lock steps and solo spin down the room. Obviously if near a corner you would still curve round to avoid crashing into the wall!
The box step and shoulder-to-shoulder would be done with the leader facing their nearest wall.
The chassés at the end would be danced down the room, but still turning around your partner. You would still end up side-by-side ready to start again after opening out.
For this Sequence for Small Spaces lesson we have used These Words Don’t Lie by Mike Franklyn:
The Sindy Swing video
You can see our Sequence for Small Spaces online lesson below:
Don’t forget, if you enjoyed our online Sindy Swing sequence dance video please send it to your family and friends. Why not also check out our other online dance lessons.
About Learn To Dance
Learn To Dance is a Ballroom and Latin American Dance School based in Burnham, Buckinghamshire.
Whilst our studio may be closed due to the Coronavirus outbreak, we’re still trying to help all our students to keep dancing!
We hope you enjoyed our Sindy Swing sequence dance lesson.
You can check out our website, or follow us online, at: