Appalachian Clogging

Traditional Appalachian clogging, also known as Flat-footing or Buck Dance, is a percussive dance form that developed in the eastern mountains of North America as a rhythm accompaniment to the driving fiddle tunes that became synonymous with "old-time"Appalachian music.

Our teacher, Rebecca Sass, from Pittsburgh PA and has been living in Karlsruhe since 2011. She was a member and teacher for the Pittsburgh-based Coal Country Cloggers since 1998. She loves teaching workshops and spreading the joy. You want to learn? - contact us for upcoming classes or to schedule your own class!