Memphis Wedding Dance Lessons

We realize that there are a lot of people out there that are far from being a professional dancer. In fact, we would say that most people woefully lack when it comes to having dancing abilities or skills. And we also know that you and your fiance do not want to get out there on that dance floor for your first dance and look like bumbling idiots. So, you might be wondering if there is anything you can do about it. The answer is yes. You can seek out a quality dancing instructor who should be able to bring you both along to where you are at least passable on your big day. Keep in mind that you are not going to be turned into a professional dancer in the time that you have, but you can at least get to the point where you feel much more comfortable getting out there in front of all of your friends and family. There are obviously some issues that you will need to consider on your search. And we are here to help you with that. So, as you comb around the Memphis area, make sure that you keep this guide handy as it will lead you to the instructor who will have you floating across the dance floor. You could also learn some Colombian Dance Styles.

So, this quest all begins with looking for some quality dance instructors in the Memphis area. We still believe in word of mouth because it still works. Start talking to your family, friends and coworkers about their dance lesson experience. If someone you know has taken dance lessons and had a great experience, this would be great first hand feedback for you. Make sure that you get the names of anyone that your close contacts can recommend. Of course, you can't forget about the world wide web. Do a Google search for “dance instructors in the Memphis area.” This search should provide you with a number of candidates to check out. Start looking at the websites and if you like what you read and see, add their name to your list. Have you ever thought about checking with your wedding vendors that you already have a relationship with? Do not neglect to this this, it could be worth it. Now that you have some candidates to check out, contact each one and setup an interview to talk about your lack of dancing skills.

The first question that you need to ask in each interview is whether the instructor thinks that you can make sufficient progress given the amount of time that you have before your wedding. It does take time to learn how to dance and to be proficient at it. How many lessons per week do they recommend? How will they help you to look as natural as possible? Ask their opinion as to what type of dancing you should learn. Feel free to share your opinion throughout the interview. After all, this is your wedding and you are going to be paying for the lessons. Do you already have your music that you will be dancing to? If so, will they help you learn specific dance moves to your music? Will the moves be choreographed? Should you bring your chosen song every time you come for a lesson? Would it be best if you signed up for private lessons or group lessons? This will depend on the instructor and their discussion about your background and how much time you have before your wedding day. What should you wear to your lessons? What kind of shoes will keep you from getting blisters? How many lessons will you need to sign up for or is it a case of see how to come along and then sign up for more if needed? How do they charge for their instruction? Is it per person or per couple? What will be your bottom line cost? At some point, one of your candidates will emerge as the best vendor for you.