DEFINED DANCE LEVELS
(Select the hyperlink for each level to be directed to Linedancer WikiDance footwork definitions.)
Absolute Beginner (AB):
For dancers with absolutely no previous dance experience. Generally has no syncopations, tags, restarts & no more than one turn. Basic dance terminology.
Routines build upon the AB level and suitable for those who have some dance experience. Additional step patterns may include 2 x 1/4 pivots, travelling chasse, waltz and basic styling techniques.
Refers to choreography that will assume some previous dance experience & basic skills. Additional step patterns may include rolling grapevines, ronde sweeps, swivets, figure eight turns, syncopations; anchor, coaster, mambo, sailor steps.
Experienced dancers who have mastered a comprehensive range of step patterns & movements. Combinations include, pauses, syncopations, body movements, timing variations and styling.
Choreography contains the full spectrum of step patterns in any combination and will embrace all tempos and rhythms.