Step of the week: Grapevine (or “Vine”)

The Move
Step out, step other foot behind, step out again, tap other toe next to leading foot.
Example: Step right to right side, step left behind right, step right to right side, tap left next to right (keeping weight on right)

Dances featuring this move (not all inclusive):
Bartender Stomp, Good Time, Double M, Flying 8’s

Tips for this move:
This is probably the most common dance step, so you’ll see it in most dances. The ones listed above are just a small sample. You will often see variations, such as a “rolling vine” where you do a full turn in the process, a quarter turn at the end of the vine, etc.

Rigth Grapevine

Published by LineDance4You

LineDance4You, LLC has been providing line dance lessons in Northern Virginia since 2005. We have taught at numerous locations in the DC Metro area and currently provide line dance classes in Northern Virginia. Lessons are primarily focused toward beginners and intermediate dancers.

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