DANCE FEVER ACADEMY WEDDING LESSONS
Your wedding dance should be your love story. Let us help you create it for you!
OUR CUSTOMER’S EXPERIENCE
” My future wife and I started at Dance Fever Academy without knowing anything about dancing. Jola is very patient and a great instructor. We are more then half way through learning our first dance choreography and couldnt be happier. I recommend Dance Fever if you want to learn just about anything”. Kasia & Tomek
“My fiance and I learned our first dance choreography at this wonderful place. Kuba was great and very patient with us even when we needed to repeat some steps many times. He came up with amazing choreography just for us and our capabilities. I highly recommend!” Karolin M
“If you want to learn how to dance Dance Fever is the place to go to!!! Jola is an amazing teacher with a lot of patience and great ideas for choreography! Our first dance was awesome!” Basia Z
Tips from the Experts on Learning to Dance for Your Big Day:
Don’t wait until the last minute!
Remember that your schedule will only get more hectic as the wedding day approaches. We recommend starting 3 to 4 months before the wedding to allow time for you to become truly comfortable with your dancing, however we will work with whatever time you have.
It’s okay if you haven’t chosen a song
We can help make suggestions based on which dance you like most or feel you do best. There is plenty to learn about dancing – how to move yourself, with music, and with a partner – so no matter what you start learning it is sure to benefit your first dance once chosen.
Be patient when learning
Let’s face it: we don’t quite learn as fast as adults as we did when we were kids! That said, dancing is a great stress reliever and a fun date night, so enjoy the process and cherish the time together! We will make you feel comfortable and we will make sure you are having fun!
Avoid trying to teach your fiancé
You hired us for a reason! You’ll both have a lot more fun dancing if you let your instructor do the teaching, as hard as that may be from time to time!
Practice in the right shoes
Wear shoes to your lessons that are similar to the ones you’ll be wearing on the big day. If you are practicing in flats it will be much harder to dance it in your heals on your wedding.
Be consistent with your lessons
The more often you come in, the more you’ll remember from lesson to lesson. Most of our couples feel best when they are able to schedule at least one class per week.