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Description 

Chassé means "chased". It is a gliding step used for traveling or transitions, where one foot replaces the other. For a low chassé, keep the knees bent, and move at the same level. For a high chassé, glide one foot out, hop straight up legs coming together, and slide out again with the same leading foot.

About the instructor

Anh Dillon has worked on various live shows, music videos, and artists, including the highlight of her choreographic adventures: a lyrical piece for Prince. She is a resident ballet teacher at the Edge PAC in Los Angeles, and offers workshops in ballet, contemporary and jazz across the US, Europe, and Australia. She joined the Joffrey Ballet School summer intensives faculty in 2013.
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