Learn to dance from our tap dance tutorials, taught by the best dance teachers, including combinations, exercises and warm-ups for any skill level.

Combinations

Julep

This combo is fun and packed with punches! You will be executing shiggy bop, zigzag toe heels, trip-flaps, heel shuffles as well as funky rhythms and half/full time tempo.

Exercises

Shuffle/Tripflap

Keep yourself agile with this exercise as you move side to side executing travelling 3-beat flaps, shiggy bops and finish with what I like to call a tripflap.

Exercises

Rhythm Layering 4

This exercise is all about breaking rhythms down and building them back up with a partner.

Exercises

Scuffle/Riffle/Triple shuffle

This exercise requires a little brain power. It is designed to help work on speed and also articulation.

Combinations

Can't Feel My Face

This combo is feel good. But don't let it fool you, it can be quick and syncopated.

Exercises

Parradiddle

This is an exercise designed to work on the clarity & speed of your parradiddle. In addition, it will help you accent your syncopated work.

Combinations

The Influence

The feet are fast and furious in this funky routine! You will need a good ear to follow the changing rhythms and a lot of strength and presence in your dancing to get through this one.

Exercises

Slip'n Slide Jumpovers

Have some fun with sliding jumpovers to develop strength and stamina while maintaining good control over your rhythm and accents.

Combinations

Original Don

This routine is a combination of close to the floor work and tap tricks. It is a fun and upbeat piece. Fast tap work.

Exercises

6 Sound Cramp Roll

This is a cramp roll exercise that will help you start to add more sounds into your cramp roll variations. It will help you to articulate and separate those sounds.

Combinations

In Sevens

This combination is designed to expose you to the use of different meters. In addition, it is designed to allow you to combine your technique and rhythm. This music selected inspired me to create a...

Exercises

Steve Condos Variation

This exercise was inspired by studying Steve Condos rudiment. The focus of the exercise is keeping the sounds even, and focusing on adding the opposite heel for extra sounds.