LA Wedding Dance Lessons
Now that you are starting to plan your wedding in a major way, have you thought much about what is going to be happening at your reception? We realize that you will be hiring either a live band or a DJ for entertainment. That means there is going to be dancing. And who starts the dancing off? That would be you, the newly married couple. You probably haven't thought about it very much, but you should. Would you like to be a better dancer before your wedding reception so that you as a married couple can at least look passable to all of your guests? We are sure you would. Well, how about some dance lessons in the months leading up to your big day? There are some big time benefits to following this route in addition to looking good out there. For one, dancing is an amazing form of exercise and helps you to reduce any stress you may be feeling. It also could be a fun lifetime activity that is sparked by what you do right here, right now. And lastly, why not have some fun in those days leading up to your special day? The Los Angeles area has some amazing dance studios and instructors. You just need to find them. We have put together this guide to help you locate the instructor who will bring you to the place that you want to be on your wedding day.
Your first task in this venture is to try and find some quality dance instructors in the Los Angeles area. There are many ways in which you can do this, but we have narrowed the best search avenues down to three. These three sources should give you everything you need in terms of potential candidates. We are big believers in word of mouth and passing along quality information this way. So, we recommend that you begin looking for candidates by talking with your family, friends and coworkers. Maybe someone you know has taken lessons and not only had a blast but really improved as a dancer as well. If that is the case, get the name of the instructor as well as their contact information and start a list of potential candidates. Do you have any wedding vendors that you have already hired? If you do, they might have a name or two they could provide to you. And don't neglect to tap into the world wide web. Do a Google search for “dance instructors in the Los Angeles area.” This search will give you a long list of instructors or studios to consider, but we suggest trying to look at 25 to 30 and making a judgment call as to whether any of the candidates look worthy of further consideration..
Now that you have a nice list to work with, start a tour of dance studios in your area. Talk to the instructors about what you need and what they might be able to do for you. If you feel that you or your fiance are really bad dancers, have a discussion about whether you are a lost cause. Almost no instructor will say this, but it might be nice to get some reassurance that you can make progress in preparation for your big day. Should you take private or group lessons? There is a good chance that private lessons will get you to where you want to go much more quickly, but this is something that you want to discuss. Find out what kind of shoes and the best clothes to wear while at your lesson. Will the instructor help you pick out a song if you need it? What exactly will you be learning? Will they teach you a few steps that go with any kind of music or will you be able to learn an exact dance that goes with your chosen music? What do they charge for their lessons? Do they offer any kind of package deal where a certain number of lessons are included? You really want to pay attention to their personality as well because you want this to be a pleasurable experience. So, when you feel really good about an instructor after an interview, be ready to pull the trigger and sign a contract.