San Diego Wedding Dance Lessons
We realize that you are trying so hard to get everything in your wedding to be perfect. But the one area that you keep thinking about again and again is your first dance. You realize that you are an awful dancer and your fiance is not that much better. So, the question is, do you want to look like two buffoons as you sashay across the floor in front of all of your family and friends? If you want to try and do something to change this reality, you could try and take some dance lessons before your big day. And who knows, you may find that you love to dance and continue it after your wedding. But first things first, check out some dance studios in the San Diego area and start interviewing the instructors to see which one you fit with the best. Just in case you need to know what questions to ask at each studio that you visit, here is a guide that includes tips and questions for your search.
Just like in any business, there are some great dance studios in the San Diego area and there are some subpar dance studios. You should look for nothing less that quality in every way. So, one of the best places for you to start is your inner circle. Ask your family, friends and coworkers if they have ever take dance lessons and if the experience was a positive one. Start a list of potential dance studios and add any names you get from your contacts. What about going online and harnessing the power of the world wide web. Do a Google search for “dance lessons in the San Diego area.” Start clicking on individual studio websites and evaluate which ones are worth checking out. When you find those, add those to your list. One other source that can provide some really good leads are your wedding vendors that you have already hired. They are in the wedding business and have a good bead on anything wedding related so they may be able to give you a contact or two that are worth checking out.
Now it is time to start going through your list and setting up appointments at each dance studio so you can find out which one is for you and your fiance. To find this out, there are some key questions that you will want to ask of each candidate. Since you have never had lessons before, you will want to find out what you should bring to your first lesson. One thing that you have probably guessed already is comfortable shoes. The last thing that you need are a bunch of blisters all over your feet. They will also want you to bring your chosen song that you will be dancing to. If you do not have one, they will be able to help you pick one out.
Ask them how many lessons you will need to take to become proficient or at least passable. This will depend on how quickly you and your fiance pick up the dance steps. So, with that in mind, they may want to see what you are capable of in an introductory lesson before determining how many lessons you will need. How long is each lesson? How much is this going to cost you? Do they have package deals available? This should be enough information in order to determine which dance studio and instructor is for you.