How to TAP DANCE - Get your tap journey off to a flying start with the 2 most important tap steps for any beginner...
-- Note: This video is 100% relevant for 2020, even though it was published in 2016 --
Learning something for the first time can be intimidating for a beginner, but it doesn’t need to be. In this ‘How-to’ video, I’ll teach you the 2 most important tap steps for any beginner to have in their ‘tap toolbox’.
With an understanding of these ‘building block’ steps, learning how to tap dance becomes easy and fun, no matter where you’re from, how old you are, or how many left feet you think you have.
A little secret: Tap Dance is not as hard as it looks.
My goal is simple: to help you take your first few steps with confidence, and to help you discover an incredibly enjoyable pastime. I break each step down clearly and carefully, and don’t give you any chance to get lost.
I hope you enjoy it. If you do, please like and share this video, and tell me how you went in the comments! I’d love to hear from you!
Also, be sure to check out the full ‘Just TAP’ Absolute Beginner Course: http://www.justtapdance.com
TAP DANCE: - Good for the brain and the body - The most enjoyable thing to do - Easy to learn at any age...it's never too late to start.
---------- What is 'Just TAP'? ----------- A video course designed to help beginner tap dancers the fundamentals of this amazing art-form, giving them all the steps they need to walk into a tap class with confidence.
----------- How does it work? ------------- The series of videos (each 20-30 minutes long) makes learning tap dance easy and fun, allowing students to progress at their own pace and in their own space, and helps them discover a new source of healthy happiness in their life. With over 4 hours of high quality material, there is plenty to keep students busy, and have them embracing their inner Eleanor Powell, Fred Astaire, Gene Kelly, Gregory Hines in no time.
Get started today for free! http://www.justtapdance.com
TAP SHOES: Jason Samuels Smith by BLOCH. My personal favourites. Check them out here: