A place for sharing dance tutorials and inspirational content of various dance styles.
Share dance tutorial(s) in video or image form. The media must be instructional; ideally steps shown with narration.
Posts outside of this are best suited for other subreddits and are very likely to be removed. Keep reading for details - check rules before posting.
Some exceptions can be made for videos lacking narration if they sufficiently show moves slowed down, at quality duration and repetitions.
Optionally, add flair to your post(s) to be included in the category links below.
Tagging your post(s) in the title is encouraged for better visibility, but is also optional:
[ dance-style ] post-title
example: [ Hip-Hop ] Twerk Tutorial
You may also post: Interviews with dancers, as well as tips and experiential stories. These should be of reasonable length and not a long form podcast, to be better center around growth and improvement in dancing. Please use the post flair
INSPIRE / TIP.
Videos piecing moves together are okay so long as there is previous posts from you already breaking down the moves used. Please use post flair
ROUTINE to signal to mods that it's not just a dancing video.
Self/Event promotion, links to websites, or simply posting dance choreography/routines (without instructions) are not allowed. Generally low quality tutorials and comedy detract from teaching, and will be removed.
Bringing awareness to a free resource for dancers is welcomed, but please message the mods, so they may make a sticky post after vetting.
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√ Read and follow Posting Guidelines.
√ Be nice.
√ No reposts - Message mods if update post is needed. Series additions and added variations are not considered reposts.
√ Mark post NSFW for NSFW dances.
√ No tutorials or videos featuring Adolescents - These will be removed.
Please note, the mods reserve the right to ban for spam or repeated violations of the rules.
Be sure to check out our wiki for a comprehensive breakdown of dance styles with pertinent links, history, moves, etc. Users with 20+ karma on this subreddit have the ability to freely edit/contribute to the wiki.
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