Specialising in "Your First Dance"
After teaching bridal couples for nearly 20 years, I am still moved by the experience, every time. A couple comes to me, often with quite low expectations, or sometimes a bit nervous about how well they are going to do, or simply overwhelmed by all the other arrangements and organising, that the thought of doing something new like learning how to dance or perform, seems like a bit too much.
The general experience I have witnessed over and over again, is how couples are blown away by how easy it is to learn a choreography, and not only for the successful endpoint of the lessons which is to perform at their wedding, but also by how enjoyable and bonding the experience is, learning to dance together. Often couples learn their choreography in secret to add to that extra "wow" factor on the day.
"Give me any couple off the street, and I can have them dancing in about 15 minutes."
In a sense, choreography's are even easier than learning how to dance because you are learning a set routine. Lessons are available for absolute beginners and those who are allergic to dance floors, and also for those who have had some dance experience before. However you arrive, you will depart with a beautiful experience, a confidence that will surprise you, and a performance to wow your friends and families.
I have experience in over 40 different dance forms so we should be able to find a style that suits you:
Salsa (LA, Miami, New York & Cuban), Cuban Rueda, Son, Danzon, Soncha, Cha Cha Cha, Afro-Cuban Rumba and Folkloric, Bachata, Bachatango, Bachamilonga, Pachanga, Merengue, Reggaeton, Zouk, Lambada, Argentine Tango, Milonga, Vals, Kizomba, Belly Dancing, Waltz, Foxtrot, English tango, Quickstep, Samba, Jive, Rock’n’roll, Rockabilly, Rumba, Paso doble, Jazz, Tap, Contemporary, Ballet, Funk, Hip Hop, Flamenco, Burlesque, Cabaret, Swing - Lindyhop, Charleston, Shag, 6 beat, and a handful of progressive dances including some New Vogue ...
Ladies if your partner does not want to dance, consider one of your parents. Father and bride make for a great bridal dance!
Definitely LGBTQI friendly!
Consult & Dance Lesson
When we first meet up, you will get a consultation and a dance lesson. We will chat about things like dates and time frames, how many lessons you will need, what music you have in mind, favourite songs etc. and any ideas, dance styles or themes you might have. Some people come with no dance experience and no song chosen. Others come with a favourite scene from a movie they want to re-enact, or a special song that they want to use, or years of dance experience. We then have a dance lesson and get the ball rolling. After the first lesson you can then choose from a variety of packages as show below.
In conjunction with your dance lessons, you will receive a specialised choreography, designed just for you, with the option of music editing and special effects as required. There are three packages available, and some added extras should you need them.
One style of dance
Free music editing
Option for two styles of dance
Free music editing
Option for two or more styles of dance
One free Wedding Party lesson
For a small added cost:
music editing & special effects
Lessons at your location
Final lesson at Wedding event location
Wedding party lessons i.e. Flash mob choreography
Additional dance lessons
Thank you for taking the time and being so patient with us to teach Dad and I our special "Father/Daughter" wedding dance.
You put together the music and choreography perfectly. It was easy enough for us to remember, but meaningful enough to make everyone go "Wow". It certainly captured our personalities and surprised every guest including my husband.
Everyone at our wedding loved the dance and we carried off without with professionalism and enjoyed every moment of the dance thanks to your teaching.
It certainly made my wedding day extra special and a Father/Daughter moment that will be treasured forever.
We are truly grateful that we found you, and that you were such a pleasure to work with.
Chloe and Zenon