DANCE LESSONS

wedding couples, bridal parties, anniversaries, new skills, time together, 40+ different styles, "the perfect gift" ...

wedding dance lessons

Wedding Dance lessons

As a seasoned performer I know a secret: you might think as the audience member you are the one having the most fun and being entertained, but really it is the performers who are getting the bigger buzz. There is often also a backstory which involves all the beautiful training and experiences that led up to that moment, the moment of performance. The focus might seem to be this endpoint but sometimes surprisingly it is the journey to get there, that makes it such a rewarding experience. 
 
Performing a dance routine to signify a special moment in your life, can also be seen as an offering to your partner and loved ones, something that they will remember for years to come. 

When was the last time you surrendered to your partner? 

Do you want to re-ignite the spark, or perhaps fan the flame to new heights? 

Is there room in your lives for a shared and new experience? 

When was the last time you breathed together, or swayed to a hypnotic beat?

Do you want to perform a dance routine to signify a special moment in your life? 

For beginners, discover the intimacy and enjoyment that can come from learning to dance together.

For the experienced dancers, take your dancing to new heights (and depths). 

Private Dance Lessons

Dancing is a great way to get fit, connect to your body's amazing intelligence, learn new skills, open doors to new people, places and cultures, and have a fun in the process!

 

Always wanted to learn how to dance? Salsa perhaps? Or the Tango ...

Choose from over 40 different styles of dance ...​

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Private lessons are the quickest way to learn how to dance. I also offer tools to practice at home, and ways to engage the dance communities both locally and further afield.

 

If you have no dance experience - perfect, I am the teacher for you. If you do have experience, let's take your dancing to new heights (and depths). 

“We should consider every day lost on which we have not danced at least once.”

Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche