Strolls are a type of line-dancing using repeated sequences of steps so that you get to practice the steps as a group. Some are simple and other are complex and all improve your dancing by developing your range of steps, balance, style, confidence, etc.
A Stroll is a group dance rather than a partnered dance. Many are commonly danced to medium-slow tempos and others are more lively. They allow you to take a break from partner dancing at social events and offer the opportunity to join a group on the dance-floor - even if some in the group are dancing a few variations to the basic version (as in the first video).
Once you learn few steps you will be ready to add a few more. Once you have learned a few Strolls you will find that it all gets easier because you get to use some steps that you already know in a new pattern.
The videos here shows a very popular simple strolls - look out for the dancers who are adding a few minor variations.
SOME MORE STROLL VIDEOS COMING VERY SOON
We teach some simple Strolls in our Jive classes and we include Jazz Strolls in our Solo Session in front of Reading Lindy Hop classes on Thursdays.