How to create the perfect first dance

How to create the perfect first dance Q – My partner and I are useless at dancing and are thinking of hiring a professional to help us create an amazing first dance. What are the benefits and what should we ask before booking?

"There are lots of options available. One-off lessons will help you get around the dancefloor, or a block of lessons will ensure you wow your guests. Most companies will be able to help people with all abilities from those that have danced before to couples that have two left feet!

"Get in touch to discuss your needs. We offer a free consultation in person or on Zoom to see what type of music you’re considering and when you should start your lessons. Try and relax and turn it into a fun experience."

Emma Brewer
Dance specialist
www.firstdance.co.uk

 
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