From live, wedding testimonials, to wedding dances, to dancing in the park, and on the small screen. A picture is worth a thousand words, and moving pictures are worth even more!
We taught this couple for their first dance, taught dance lessons at their wedding to entertain their guests, AND DJed their wedding, and this is what they had to say...
Neha and Richard took several, 4-week, Sunday Group dance programs, followed by 10 hours of private lessons to prepare for their wedding dance. We rarely teach lifts, due to time, wardrobe, and safety limitations. But, Richard had an extensive background in Judo, and so do we, and most lifts in Swing are based on Judo. This, as well as Neha switching to a danceable party dress, let us teach them lifts to make their dance even more fun.
Dance: Tango. Preparation time: 6 months
Adam and Maria show that it's always nice to be able to just go out dancing! And, when you know how, you will always find places to go to enjoy it!
Father/Daughter Dance: Ashley and Dad dancing to Zoot Suit Riot!
First Dance starts at 4:27
Ashley and Mark about 6 months training with us, every Sunday morning, in Waltz, Foxtrot, Cha Cha and Swing.
This couple studied Foxtrot for about 10 hours. We were lucky enough to attend their wedding so we could see their dancing first hand.
This couples studied with us for 17 hours to prepare their wedding Waltz.
The groom called us and said, "we have 7 weeks 'til our wedding, can we fit in 20 hours in that time, because I'm afraid we are going to need it." Turns out, his parents are Ballroom dancers, so he really understood that even learning "the basics", takes time. We made it happen, and they couldn't have been happier! Watch all the way to the end. You won't be sorry.
While we wait for the final First Dance Video, we thought it would be nice to show you what making weekly dance lessons a shared hobby will do for you. This is About 40 hours of work. There is NO choreography (choreography is an incredible risk to take when you are not already trained dancers). Everything you see is led and followed, at-will.