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Ron & genia
Ron Dobrovinsky is fascinated with Jazz, its dancers, musicians, rhythms and grooves. He loves taking inspiration from great artists, alongside pursuing his own artistic ideas. He is always excited to share his insights with his students.
Ron is known for his pedagogy and didactics. He introduces his students to inspiring ideas and movements while promoting deep understanding and fast implementation, in a clear and fun way.
As a certified fitness trainer with a rich background in other dances and martial arts, he helps dancers create high quality movement in their dance, and provides them with ways to take care of their body and to prevent injuries.
Ron combines the valuable experience of developing a local scene with his experience as an international teacher. Besides teaching regularly around Europe, Ron is also the director of Swing It dance school, where he teaches and promotes swing dance culture around Israel.
Strasbourg Christmas Swing 2022 – Malletoba Spank
Dragon Swing 2019 – Goosey Gander
Dragon Swing 2019 – The Bus Stop (with Joyss)
BLHC 2019 – Pro Classic (with Sharon Dobrovinsky)
BLHC 2018 – Pro Showcase (with Yana Meystelman)
ESDC 2015 – Jazz Roots Showcase (with Juan Villafane)
Genia Tsvietkova’s dancing story begun when she was 6 years old. She is a lindy hop and blues dancer from Kyiv, Ukraine. She likes to learn, teach and explore. Really appreciates the process of teaching, working with people, sharing energy and ideas. On the classes mostly works on discovering body motion, body control, joy of listening to music and being moved by music.
Lisa & Bernard
Bernard Cavasa is a world-renowned Swing and Blues dance specialists, who has been dancing and teaching for over 20 years. Over the years, he has have also worked as choreographer and performer.
Today, after having created and directed the Studio Hop in Toulouse for 20 years, leading regular classes, workshops and creating world-renowned festivals (European Balboa Festival, Studio Hop Summer Camp, The Battle, Toulouse Blues Marathon, etc.) , together with his wife and dance partner Anne-Helene he created a new place of life and artistic creation: Green Swing & Blues, an old farmhouse, which they are gradually transforming into an ecological and self-sufficient place, with dance halls, concerts, and accommodation. They run courses and various events there.
Lisa Clarke is a professional dancer from London, now living in France. Classically trained from the age of 6 she discovered her love for all styles of dance whilst studying for her degree in Theatre Dance at London Studio Centre. After leaving college she worked professionally in the commercial dance world, specializing in hip-hop. She then discovered and fell in love with lindy hop and blues and has immersed herself in all things swing ever since.
Their fun natured teaching style, yet ability to breakdown a movement, means their classes are a perfect mix for those wanting to progress their dancing.
Constantly pushing themselves in their own dancing means they understand the work that goes into becoming a better dancer and are passionate about sharing their experiences and helping others to achieve their goals.
Mike & Jamica
Mike Sonders strives to create a learning environment that is fun, challenging, and inclusive. The goal is for each individual student to find their next step forward and enjoy that process of growth. Mike loves seeing students’ eyes light up when they understand a concept or feel a movement work naturally in their body for the first time.
Jamica Zion is a national instructor, choreographer, and performer in Black vernacular dances who specializes in solo and partnered jazz and blues. With over ten years of experience she has come to realize her true happy place is on the social dance floor and collaborating on dance troupes to perform! Her approach towards sharing dance with others includes a critical understanding and appreciation of its history and culture, while simultaneously ushering students to build their own styles and meaningful relationships to it.