Southern Appalachian Flatfoot Clogging is a unique mix of English, Irish, African and Native American step dance styles, developed in the Southeastern US, where the fiddle met the banjo. Both a solo improvisation form, and performed by groups in choreography, clogging adds percussion to old-time stringband music, and is a great workout.
This 45-minute video is designed to make you feel as if you are in Evie's clogging class, with live music, and a room full of dancers. Evie introduces a variety of basic steps, building sequentially, adding to your repertoire while reviewing at the same time. You will also learn strategies for freestyling -- combining your favorite steps. Evie's fluid technique will easily get you dancing.