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Wedding Dance Lessons for the Bride and Groom:especially if you have two left feet

Published on 2/15/2018
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 Searching for Wedding dance lessons for the bride and groom?

Often the highlight of a wonderful day, the first dance of the newly married couple is often very emotional not only for them, but for many watching, their parents in particular.

And knowing that everyone will be watching you, how will you feel if you know you can't dance?

Help is at hand ...with at-home lessons from a professional dance instructor, by video :)

There is just one proviso... the routines he teaches are not suitable for the 3/4 waltz beat

Fortunately, nearly all modern music does not use this beat, so it's more than likely he can help you.

Let me introduce you to Anthony ... he's a Professional Dance Instructor.

He's recently launched a complete Course for couples who want to learn a simple yet elegant first dance routine at home ... he offers a free trial of a 7-day Course, just in case you are "not sure" ...

In a hurry and want to know more? Just click here ...

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Are wedding dance lessons for the bride and groom necessary?

Maybe not - some couples are more than happy to work out the first dance for themselves ... does that apply to you?

Of course, it's human nature that some couples plan their first dance well in advance, while others leave it until the last minute and then panic ... the same applies to wedding speeches.

If you have left your planning your wedding dance to the last minute, Anthony can still help ...

But he thinks you'll be more confident on the day if you have planned well in advance.

There's quite a lot to think about when planning that first dance - much more than you might think

Time-wise, how long do you think that first dance should be? Anthony says about 3 minutes is ideal.

And then you need to think about the mood you want to create during this special time ... and your dancing skills.

Choosing a song that has special meaning for you both is essential ...

But there's a bit more to think about ...

For example, does the song suit your style and dancing ability?

Will you feel comfortable dancing to it?

Do you want an elegant dance routine ?

Or is being more flamboyant your style? 

If so, there are many amazing examples on YouTube of startling dance routines some couples have chosen to perform.

Before you decide which style you prefer there are a couple of other vital factors you need to think about ...

Which will influence your choice of style and music.

  • Think about where you will be performing - how much space will be available to you?
  • Will the guests still be seated?
  • It's vital that you consider this and practice in a space of a similar size so you feel really relaxed on your special day.

Most brides do not want the groom to know what style of dress they have chosen ...

But the style has to be a consideration when choosing the dance routine ...

Also, think about the shoes - how easy are they going to be to dance in?

Choosing the dress and shoes are often one of the first purchases the bride makes - some times many months before the wedding ...

And, it's more than likely you did not even think about the dance routine when choosing them ...

So, you have a choice ...

Make sure you will be able to dance the routine in the dress and shoes already in your cupboard ...

Or change into a less restrictive outfit in time for the first dance.

Understandably, most brides would rather avoid the extra expense :)

Concerned? Not sure?

Have a quick look at the dance routine my friend Anthony and his partner, Paula, are performing...

Think about whether you could perform some of those moves in your chosen dress and shoes

And don't worry, you won't need to learn all those moves ...

It's just a demo, far longer than your first wedding dance will be  ...

Ready to take the shortcut and get started now? Click here.

Concerned about whether you will have enough time to learn the routine?

To be really confident on your wedding day, Anthony recommends planning your routine at east 3 weeks before the Big Day ...

But if your wedding is just days away, get in touch with him immediately ...

With his guidance, it's perfectly possible to learn a very simple routine which will look amazing to your guests - as long as you make the time to practice.

Wondering if you will need private lessons?

It's a service Anthony makes available if you are having problems ... which is very reassuring.

You're not really likely to need it as the video lessons are so clear ...

But ...

You'll have his email address, so the first step would be to contact him and explain the problem.

He replies very promptly - and he has a good sense of humour, which always helps :)

He might need you to send him a video of the two of your dancing, so he can see the problem you are concerned about

From there, a Skype call might be necessary - he says the 30 minute private lesson usually sorts out the very rare problems people have.

He does offer a 60 minute private lesson, should you be having really serious problems ...

The 30 minutes as above and the follow-up to check that all is well and you are completely confident.

No doubt you could take private lessons where you live:

And that might be the choice for many.

If so, think about

  • the cost and number of lessons needed, as well as
  • travelling time,
  • the time needed to practice and
  • will you need to pay if you fail to keep an appointment?

How much do they cost where you live?

£50 for a 1 hour Trial lesson near me - plus a minimum of 5 additional lessons is recommended.

If you would prefer to learn at home at a time and place that suits you both, you need to consider Anthony's Course

So here's what to do next:

If you think you might ...

  • like my friend Anthony as your Professional Dance Instructor and
  • have chosen a song that is not the 3/4 time signature, read on ...

(Not sure if the song you like is a 3/4 time signature? Anthony will be able to advice you and suggest alternatives, if necessary).

Anthony's Wedding Dance Tutorial is made up of 3 very detailed units and includes everything you need to know so you perform confidently and elegantly on your special day.

He leaves no stone unturned - he covers

  • choosing the song
  • the music
  • how to practice and
  • all the different moves - all by video.

Then, you'll be able to choose the moves you prefer and mix the patterns to suit you ...

There are so many, it's very unlikely another couple will choose the exact same routine you have chosen :)

Best of all ...

As he teaches you everything you need to know by video step-by-step

  • you'll be able to slow the videos down to see the exact details of the moves and then
  • speed them up gradually as you become more confident.

With your Wedding day rapidly approaching, why not start sorting out your first dance routine right now?

If you leave it to nearer the wedding, there will be all sorts of extra demands on your time - do you still have a wedding speech to prepare?

If you get started on your wedding dance lessons for the bride and groom today you will have ...

  • peace of mind
  • one thing less to worry about and be able to
  • practice as and when it suits you.

Imagine your wedding guests watching you both dance a flawless and elegant routine with complete confidence ...

A performance you will look back on with pride and will be talked about for years to come - for all the right reasons :)

Watch Anthony's short video below as he explains his complete system for wedding dance lessons for the bride and groom ... 

 

Ready to get started? Click here

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