When we talk about ‘connection’ in dance, we’re talking about the means of communications with your dance partner. Connection is the non-verbal and silent communication in dance and there are two main types. First, visual communication, which is like a wireless...read more
A First Dance to Remember – 5 tips to make your first dance memorable for you and your wedding guests
Picture this – You’re at a wedding and the first dance has just been announced. The bride and groom nervously make their way to the dance floor. The looks on their faces are a combination of nerves, embarrassment and sheer terror. The music starts and they lean on...read more
Whether you are partners in life, or partners in dance, now is a great time to start dancing with your partner and developing your own dance style. Yet, so often when people first learn to dance, they focus too much on dancing with a partner rather than developing...read more
Planning a wedding is an exciting time, but it’s also a very busy time. With so much to think about – the ceremony, the caterers, photographers, honeymoon, dresses and suits - be sure not to forget your wedding dance. Your first dance together as husband and wife...read more
Recently in a conversation with a longstanding customer who I’ll call “Beth," she referenced the costs for dance lessons. With a big smirk Beth said, “Gregory, you said it’s about $10,000 to become a dancer...that seems like a good deal.” Her smirk was because the...read more
You will have to make a number of important decisions in preparation for your wedding day, not least the music that you intend to use for each part of the day. Choosing a song or composition can be tricky, particularly if you and your partner have differing ideas as...read more
NOBODY PUTS BABY IN THE CORNER!
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