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Firstly it would be helpful for us to give you our definition of airsteps. Airsteps are creative and dynamic figures designed to add the wow factor to partner dance. They come in all shapes and sizes, and could be a small jump, a gentle lift, a dynamic throw, a high lift, or any other clever little trick where the follow leaves the floor.

The origins of airsteps are in Lindy Hop from the 1930s, they became a huge feature of rock'n'roll in the 1950s, and they are extensively used in Modern Jive competition in the present day. But airsteps work with many dance styles - the more quirky ones would enhance any performances of partner Charleston (see Strictly Come Dancing), and the more elegant ones can add some spice to Argentine Tango or Blues.

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We do everything possible to ensure your safety during our workshops, breaking down each move into manageable stages, and introducing spotters when there is an element of danger. However injuries can occur (as with any sport), so you must be prepared to participate at your own risk.
If you have a group of dancers interested in their own workshop tailored to their specific needs, then get in touch to discuss arrangements.
Then if you'd like to open your workshop up to the public, we can include the details on this site. This should attract more participants making it more cost effective for you.
Tel: 07717 177437

Email: info@airsteps.co.uk

Please use the contact details associated with each individual workshop to discuss specific details or to make bookings.
Or if you have any general enquiries regarding our workshops, please call or email using the contact details below.