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Weddings

Complete your wedding day with a memorable first dance that reflects who you are as a couple. I will teach you the skills to help you look confident, natural and graceful! Even if you have never danced before, I'm committed to making lessons a fun and comfortable experience. Learning to dance also lets you de-stress from wedding planning so you can relax and enjoy quality time with your partner!

Wedding Dance Packages

  • 1 Lesson - $80
  • 3 Lessons - $225
  • 6 Lessons - $420
  • 10 Lessons - $650

Sessions are one hour and includes your own private studio.

Please Contact Frances to book your lessons.

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"How many lessons should we take?" The number of lessons to take depends on your dance goals, skill level, and amount of time to practice. I highly recommend taking at least 6 lessons for a polished routine, complete with an entrance, a strong foundation of basics, spins, stylish patterns, and the final dip. Of course, taking any number of lessons will upgrade you from swaying back and forth together and I will tailor your dance program to your specific needs.

"How soon should we start?"  I highly recommend starting at least 3 months before your wedding in order for you to feel the most confident with your dance. When learning any new hobby it is important to practice your art frequently, especially in the beginning stages. Grouping lessons closer together will allow you to retain steps better and progress faster. However, I understand not everyone has that time and I will gladly work with you on your schedule, even if your wedding was the very next day!
 
"What services are included with your packages?" A private dance studio is always included, which means you never have to share space or music with other students and teachers.  In addition to these services, I offer personalized choreography, song editing, recordings of your lessons for practice, and professional performance tips (recovering after mistakes, posing for your guests and photographer, making the most out of your specific dance floor, and how to best perform in your dress and wedding shoes). 
 
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