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194 Diablo Rd, Danville, CA 94526
We Can Help You in One of These Three Ways.
Let Us Help you Become Comfortable With your First Dance
We can guide you or your wedding party to learn enough dancing to do an elegant and simple dance.
Our patient, friendly staff will work with you at a pace that is comfortable for you. They will teach you simple, elegant routine to the song that you have personally selected.
It is best to start with plenty of time. Your first dance can be very simple or as elegant as you allow time for. We recommend at least one month before the wedding, two months is better. This will give more time in case you feel you need it.
Don't worry, if you left your lessons to the last minute, we can still help you. We will be able to give you some simple things to do that will make your first dance romantic, fun and elegant.
Who Should Take Privates?
What Subjects Can I Concentrate On in a Private Lesson?
It helps if you have some ideas of what you want to work on. This way we can focus on your immediate concerns first. As a beginner, you must focus on the basics first. Each dance has a set of beginning moves that must be mastered before moving on.
IF YOU ARE BEYOND THE BASICS, HERE ARE SOME AREAS THAT YOU CAN ALWAYS IMPROVE: * Connection and frame. Hands, arms, shoulders and general body tone. * Turns and spins ... hand connection and arm tone in turns, spotting, smooth out the lead and follow in turns. Learn to keep your feet under you, keep your body posture vertical etc. * Leverage and compression. Learn contra body motion and contra body placement. Work on lunges, dips, mirroring your partner etc. * Foot placement as it relates to balance and smoothness. Learn how to stay grounded in your foot placement.
I don't dance but my wife dragged me there last month for a night out with her girlfriends and their husbands. After about an hour of easy lessons I got over my fear of looking like a fool in public and actually made it around the dance floor well enough to make my wife happy. The instructor was easy to follow, even for us non-dancers (thanks for your patience Randy!). We've been back twice and had a blast each time. The people who go there are really nice and we've made some new friends. Guys, even if you can't dance, take your wife/girlfriend here for lessons. Your lady will appreciate the effort!
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