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Teaching & studying dance in 231 cities across 35 countries, winning 2nd place in the World Lindy Hop Championships, 1st place in the US Open Swing Dance Championships, 1st place in the American Lindy Hop Championships, dancing in the NBC movie The Little Richard Story, performing on National Thai Television, training some of the world's top Lindy Hop & Blues instructors, and helping double the size of 3 different dance scenes in less than 3 months are just some of Andrew Sutton’s accomplishments over the last 15 years.
Andrew doesn't want you to need someone else to act a certain way in order for you to be successful or happy. He wants to help you find a way to be successful and happy given whatever circumstances you are in. Dance is his medium.
Dance is often taught so students need their partner to react in a specific way, otherwise, they can't have an amazing dance. Their partner needs to have a certain type of connection, a specific frame, or use counterbalance "correctly", etc. Andrew teaches you to have amazing and successful dances regardless of what connection, frame, counterbalance, musicality, etc, your partner has.
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