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

The Real Blues

This is a wonderfully laid-back track featuring Ray Brown on bass. You will be playing with half and full time, syncopation as well as integrating your own interpretation. Get ready for some real...

Exercises

Stompful/Heel Shuffle

This exercise is an A A B A pattern. It is all about speed and 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

Shuffle Heel Toe Drag

This exercise has you moving and turning while you execute shuffle heel toes, drag ball changes and toe heel swivels.

Combinations

Worth It

This combo is fun and funky. It is very syncopated especially in the beginning. Feel free to have fun and live it up! Try the exercise "Waltz Clog/Cramp Roll" to pra...

Exercises

Swing It/Keep It Even

This Dr. Henry LeTang inspired exercise is great for working out your arms, picking up and crossing your feet, and musicality.

Combinations

A Blessing And A Curse

This combination includes plenty of syncopation, turns, flap ball-changes, pick toes and more. You will be practicing what I call "sustained resistance" throughout.

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.

Exercises

Irish Exercise

This is a routine created to work on clarity and speed for your irishes.

Exercises

Swing Shuffle Cross

Swing exercise to promote good balance of beats, rise and fall and single/double time.

Combinations

Let Me Love You - BPZ

This routine is an upbeat, beginner tap routine that consists of a series of steps including cramp rolls, front & back flaps and back essence. It gives the feel of a house style tap.

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.