The Grapevine is one of the oldest dances that people still do today.
Dating back all the way to the early 1900’s, it was originally used in Ballroom dancing!
However, over the years, this dance move translated to different types of dance styles and different eras.
You'll see the Grapevine pop up in the Jazz era, the Funk era, the Soul Train era, and the Hip Hop/Street dance era too. It's even a staple within Line Dancing!
It's just one of those fun dances you can put your own flavor on, while at any social party scene.
Watch the move demonstrated here:
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If you’re more of a reader, keep scrolling and follow along with the steps below!
For a little variety, you can also add a turn to this footwork pattern. Just watch the video above for a reference.
And as you get confident with the Grapevine, you'll be able to add in claps, snaps, shoulder movements – anything that feels good and groovy!
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