Don’t Be Caught Off Guard, Go Learn Some Dance Moves Before your D Day!

Ever seen a couple, everything is set up. Laid to the nines! The service providers are haven’t missed a detail, the guests are seated chit-chatting about the elegance that’s upon them. After the usual formalities then here comes time for the proverbial open of the dance flow by the dazzling duo, and that’s when the lovely smiles fade away, the lovely couple hearts are pounding, they are excited but fear pulling embarrassing moves that will be stumped on to them even after the mirth of the moment is long gone.

Don’t be caught off guard on this day of utter perfection, go learn a few dance moves.  You can learn the moves prior to the event preparations so you do not get entangled between dance classes and running up and down to make sure everything else is in place.

Don’t wait until the last minute. Remember that the schedule will get very hectic as the wedding day approaches. “We recommend starting four to six months earlier to allow more time for practice, especially if our students are newcomers to dancing”. Advises one Nicholas a dance Instructor at a dance school in Kampala.

We can now guess you are figuring out where to start but worry not, we listed some of the best in the trade. Check them out already! All are listed here on Mikolo.

Pictures form dance lessons from LRhythmLRhythm G-Records G-Records.




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