The bunny hop is a fun party dance that has been around since the 50’s. It began in San Francisco in 1952 as a high school mixer. Ray Anthony recorded the bunny hop as a single with the hokey pokey on the other side in 1958. The bunny hop is still a fun party dance today.
The bunny hop is danced in a conga line fashion, with each person holding the shoulders of the person in front. I adjusted it so that no one gets run into. The original has a hop forward and back on instruction 3, 4. I substituted the kicks to avoid collision.
The Sequence is:
- RF heal out, toe in, heal out, stomp (1,2,3,4)
- LF heal out, toe in, heal out, stomp (5,6,7,8)
- RF heal out, stomp(1,2) (originally hop forward)
- LF heal out, stomp(3,4) (originally hop back)
- Three hops forward (1,2,3, hold 4)
- Begin again until the end of the song
I hope you enjoy this fun dance for Easter. I know we had fun making it.
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