Markus & Tren West Coast Swing Intensive, June 1

Markus & Tren West Coast Swing Intensive, June 1

60.00 70.00

Update on May 26th, 2019:
We have a few spaces that have opened for Leaders for this event as of May 26th.
Please claim one ASAP!
Thanks so much

CURRENTLY this workshop is SOLD OUT!! We will be having Markus and Tren back the weekend of September 27-28, 2019, so save the dates.
If you would like to register to be on our waitlist, please do so and we will REFUND YOU 100% should you not make it off the waitlist.
We apologize to those of you who did not make it into the workshops. That being said, PLEASE , PLEASE do join us at the Social dance party that evening after the workshop.

We are very excited to have these esteemed instructors and dancers from all over attending.
We have decided to keep the workshop attendance at a manageable number so as to allow more personal attention from our instructors!
Thank you for your support and see you on the dance floor soon!

Lindy Central is excited to announce our first
West Coast Swing Intensive Saturday June 1st
featuring Tren & Markus - Champion level instructors & dancers.

$50 for the whole shebang until May 15th for one person
$90 for 1 leader and 1 follower until May 15th ( to help balance ratios - you don’t need to be partners)
Group Rates also available, contact

This will be geared towards people with experience in West Coast Swing prior to the event. We suggest that all in attendance already be comfortable with basic 6 count and 8 count moves such as the starter step, sugar push, whip, and basic passes.

SCHEDULE - Saturday, June 1st - @ ABC - 3 classes plus a social dance
11:30 - 12:00pm - Warmup dancing and registration
12:00 - 1:00pm - Class 1 - Elevating Your dance - Beyond the basics will focus on variations and styling within the basic patterns and extending patterns while enhancing your connection, too. A great class to push your foundations.

1:15 - 2:15pm - Class 2 - Fancy Feet! Footwork and Syncopations - Tren & Markus are ready to give you some wonderful footwork to use in your dancing to make you shine and give you more ideas for building your own dance.

2:30 - 3:30pm - Class 3 - Musicality Made Easy will focus on understanding musical structure and how to easily incorporate it within the dance. This is what it is all about: using what you know to express what you hear in the music. How do you get that satisfaction? Well, check out this class and find some great techniques on musicality.

4:30 - 7:00pm - open social dancing party - DJ Keith Stremmel
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There are 3 lots associated with the Appalachian Brewery, also known as AB Harrisburg.
There is a small side lot, which fills up fast and then there are two larger lots marked out back. We have never had a problem with parking there. You are in a city, please DO NOT LEAVE VALUABLES in your car! Please lock your car and offer to walk with friends and in groups.

All events will be held at The Appalachian Brewery, Harrisburg, PA
50 North Cameron Street, Harrisburg, PA

Gallery Room upstairs at the Brewery
50 North Cameron Street, Harrisburg

We are thrilled to be inviting such world-class instructors to teach here in the Central PA area.
If you are curious about this event, please do not hesitate to contact us.
If you would like to set up a group rate with us, please let us know.
More details on the way.

Full Pricing Schedule:
$50 for the whole shebang until May 15th for one person - FULL
$90 for 1 leader and 1 follower until May 15th ( to help balance ratios - you don’t need to be partners) - FULL
$60 after May 15th for 1 person - FULL
$100 for 1 leader and 1 follower from May 15th on - FULL
Drop-ins welcome at the door, space permitting

(from their website at
Markus & Trendlyon are one of the most dynamic, inspiring and fun loving couples that are hard to take your eyes off of, even on a crowded floor! Markus and Trendlyon are both Swing Dance Champions. Together they travel across the United States and internationally teaching, competing, judging, and performing at National Swing Dance events, in addition to volunteer and community outreach activities. They both routinely place among the top 5 in professional competitive divisions and as performers, their entertainment value is one of kind!

About Trendlyon Veal

A native of Louisiana by way of Texas, Trendlyon discovered her love for dance while she was in junior high. She and her sister were choreographing hip hop dance routines to enter dance competitions and walked away with several wins! While living in Texas, Tren was introduced to swing by a coworker. She took a dance class and was bit by the bug. She has been dancing and competing ever since. Tren’s distinctive dance style makes you stop right in your tracks to observe the preciseness of her moves, her animated smile, energy and enjoyment of the dance.

She has competed and placed within the top 5 of some of the most recent Champion Jack and Jill and Strictly Swing competitions in the country. She is also a member of the National Hand Dance Association in Washington, DC. Her talent and love for the dance has led her to teaching hand dance and west coast swing to youth and adults.

About Markus Smith

Markus Smith is an accomplished and award winning dance competitor, choreographer and instructor. He is one of the most talented, popular and photogenic dancers on the National Swing Dance Circuit. With the unique styles fused from Hand Dance, Hip Hop and West Coast Swing, Markus is quite capable of creating a masterpiece on the floor at any moment. Markus has been featured on Fox’s “So You Think You Can Dance”, BET’s “106 and Park” program, and the movie Love N’ Dancing.

He was a co-host of DC DANCING TEENS, a youth hand dance show that has been seen on Globaldancetv and shown on DCTV channel 95 in Washington DC. He is currently the 3rd vice president of the National Hand Dance Association Youth and Young Adult Affairs division. Markus is most passionate about sharing the gift of dance with others. His energy, style and charismatic presentation, leaves Markus in a class by himself.

Local Eateries: ( this is NOT an exhaustive list, but merely some suggestions)

**Appalachian Brewery - they have a little something for everyone. We especially enjoy their tofu salad for the vegan, gluten free options. We also enjoy their blackened salmon on a salad for the gluten free, non-vegan option.

Vegan options:
1. Vegetable Hunter - 614 North 2nd street, Harrisburg
2. Bricco - 31 South 3rd Street, Harrisburg
3. Passage to India - 520 Race Street

Gluten Free Options:
1. Vegetable Hunter - 614 North 2nd street, Harrisburg
2. Passage to India - 520 Race Street, Harrisburg
3. El Sol Mexican Restaurant - 18 South 3rd Street, Harrisburg
4. Bricco Italian - 31 South 3rd Street, Harrisburg

LOCAL FAVORITES - not mentioned above
Broad Street Market - Verbeke Street - always check hours - lots of options
West Shore Farmers Market - Market Street, Lemoyne (about a 7-10 minute drive from ABC)

Yellow Bird Cafe - sandwiches and java - 1320 North 3rd Street, Harrisburg
Cork & Fork - 200State Street - locally sourced - little pricier, but good (near Little Amps Coffee)
The MillWorks - 340 Verbeke Street
HOME 231 - local ingredients - 231 North Street

Little Amps in Harrisburg - multiple locations (not much to eat there - mainly for coffee and snacks
Cornerstone Coffee - 2133 Market St. Camp Hill, Market Street - Lots of food options including gluten free and vegan and lots of coffee - a local hot spot // parking lot out back

Again, this is just to touch upon a few of the local places!
We highly recommend The Appalachian Brewery as well. I have heard there are some nice beers, homemade sodas, and ciders as well.

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