Wedding Dance Lessons
Getting married means it’s time to learn to dance, right? Or maybe it means convincing your significant other into learning? Either way, learning to dance can be one of the most memorable parts of preparing for your big day.
No matter how many left feet you think you (or your partner) have, our award-winning studio not only teaches dance moves, we give you the confidence to make those moves when they count most. Look and feel confident on the dance floor when all eyes are on you.
You choose the song you want and your instructor can teach you the moves to coordinate beautifully. If you already have an idea of the dance you want, we can help pull it together. From the simple and sweet to the grand and unique, get the choreographed wedding dance you’ve always wanted.
We can choreograph and teach:
Bride and Groom
Father and Daughter
Mother and Son
Parents of the Bride and Groom
Think you’ve started too late? No worries. While we obviously recommend starting well in advance, we are happy to work with you with the time you have.
competitive & social ballroom, Tango, Salsa, Salsa Rueda, Bachata, Merengue, Cumbia, Cha-Cha, Folkloric, swing, belly dancing
Tango is a partner dance originating from the 1800s with influences of African, Native American and European cultures. While there are many variations, the popular dance style is characterized by sensual or emotional movement set to the distinctive style of music that bears its name.
With Caribbean and Puerto Rican origins, Salsa is a ballroom dance set to the lively style of music for which it is named. It is a lead and follow partner dance with many recognized variations. It has taken on a modern flair, fusing old and new styles alike.
Ballroom dance is a set of partner dances that encompass a number of older, folk dances such as the waltz, tango, rumba and cha-cha along with newer styles such as the foxtrot and quickstep. While formal, these dances can be enjoyed socially or competitively.
Swing dance is a group of dances that emerged with a particular style of jazz music in the 1920s–1940s. It is a high-energy style of dance distinguished by lots of bounce, spins and turns.
The Cha-Cha is a fast-paced, Latin ballroom dance similar to the mambo. it follows the quick, three-step rhythm and is danced to the music of the same named introduced by a Cuban composer in the 1950s.