What a fun track this is and what a serious combo I accidentally made to it! LOL It's been a while and it shows in the fact that I feel like I couldn't stop creating once I begun and when that happens you have no choice but to roll with it! This is an intermediate - advanced shuffle piece leaning intermediate but it gets harder as it goes so as I say in the tutorial, you can learn part or the whole thing depending on how it's settling in. Also don't forget to try and remain c
As you'll learn in the beginning of the video guys we're announcing our next Master Course Schedule in about a week and a half so if that was something you missed out on the first time around, keep your eyes out for that! Enjoy this piece and as always don't forget to @theshufflecircle /#theshufflecircle on your posts so we can enjoy your progress alongside you. One love. CHOREO BEGINS AT 1:48
FRANDS!!! Happy holidays, Tyler here aka @bgirldern and today I have for you a break down of the choreography I created and taught in Jacksonville Florida back in November. This is a beginner - intermediate choreo but if you need a more in-depth tutorial for the running man and T step, check out our mini tutorials page. Those two moves are all you already need for this piece. I'll be in Tampa this Sunday the 8th breaking down a completely different piece and eventually I'll b
After discovering shuffling three and a half years ago when I was neck deep in my first rave, I now get a little scared when I start to consider the number of people that discover shuffling via the internet since, to me there's nothing like a fat shuffle circle filled with positive people to conjure up a whole bunch of musicality filled level-ups over the course of a set because everyone is just having so much fun. No thinking. I've come to realize that a common misinterpreta
Hey squad! Hope you guys are enjoying your Sunday, I certainly am as I am extremely stoked to bring you our second shuffle choreo tutorial. This one is a little longer but if you bare with me I promise, she presents a good challenge. This was a great learning experience for me as I had to sit down and really listen a track deeper than I maybe ever had, and count it out. In doing this, I understood the patterns and intentions the dj had behind each moment in the track better t
We're very excited to bring you our first of many shuffle choreography tutorials. This first two-part series is going to focus on musicality and part one is for beginner to intermediate shufflers. We're using the track "Let's Go Dancing (Again!) by Eats Everything. If you like this choreography and use it please #theshufflecircle in your posts so we can provide feedback and enjoy your progress with you. Let us know what you think of it friends!