FREE VIDEO CLASS for Beginning and Intermediate Dancers!
"THREE ESSENTIAL STEPS FOR APPALACHIAN FLATFOOTING & CLOGGING"
This step-by-step video lesson taught by a dancer from the hills of Kentucky will help you get started dancing TODAY, without feeling self-conscious and frustrated!
Don't keep telling yourself that you're too uncoordinated, old, or out-of-shape to learn to dance!
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The “Must Have” Video to get you started as a Flatfooter & Clogger!
This valuable resource will help you finally learn this style in a simple way, and lay the foundations for you to become a confident, joyful, dancer and improviser. Here's what you'll learn when you sign up (it’s FREE!):
COMPLETE INSTRUCTION ON THE THREE FOUNDATIONAL STEPS
The building blocks for all your future dancing, broken down and so easy a child could follow it.
EXPLANATION OF HOW THE DANCE STEPS FIT WITH THE MUSIC
This is often overlooked, but it's so important in helping you to dance with grace and musicality!
PRACTICE SESSION WITH A SLOW OLD-TIME TUNE
Go through the steps slowly so that you can build muscle memory, and eventually cut loose at your next jam session, festival, or just in your living room!
I'm proud to share not just the dance steps but the music and culture of my home in Kentucky, so that you can dance like you were born in a holler!
"Carla is positive, upbeat, and breaks every step down in a manner that is easily understood. More teachers need to be as positive and encouraging as she is. Carla is honestly one of the best instructors I've ever had."
Dancer from North Carolina
Hey, I'm Carla...
banjo picker, singer, and die-hard Kentucky mountain dancer, mama to three delightfully weird and musical young’uns, and chief cornbread-maker in my household.
I believe that you can become the dancer you dream of being, and I’ve taken the same journey you’re on, learning steps and figuring out how to “put it all together” in a musical way that perfectly complements the tunes. Over the years, I’ve worked out shortcuts and formulas for how to do that, and more importantly, how to teach that.
It's a privilege to teach, and I feel confident that I can be a great teacher for you for multiple reasons. I'm a musician who can help you get inside the tunes when you dance. I have a MA in Education AND 28 years of experience teaching mountain music and dance, and I know what works! And I'm an 8th-generation Kentuckian who just loves sharing the traditions of my family and community with folks far and wide!
More than anything else, I want to share that with you today. This video was designed to give you exactly what you need to get started on this path