Our approach is flexible, concept-based, and completely adaptable to all situations and all styles of music. We focus on fundamentals, leading and following, and musicality.
Stress-free and adaptable to all styles of ceremonies, our wedding dance lessons provide the foundation you need to dance gracefully and confidently together. How far you take your first dance is up to you - from simple and clean to flashy and extravagant, anything is possible!
This is a list of songs used by our past students, with a player for listening to samples and a link to download your own copies.
Check out our lessons section for more information about blues, swing, and other group class opportunities.
Dance Lessons That Make Sense
We teach the basics: leading and following, footwork, using the music, and moving through space.
Partner dancing this way surpasses steps and becomes very open-ended. It means you won't spend all your time memorizing patterns. Instead, you will spend your time dancing, discovering new possibilities, and improving your sense of coordination and comfort on the dance floor. You'll never do something "just because" we told you to. Every part of what we teach has a purpose!
Our Dance Studio
We offer a cozy, private setting in our home where students feel safe trying new things. On street parking is available close by, as are major bus routes running east/west and north/south.
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More Than Partner Dancing
We teach other skills too - solo/club dance, poi and fire spinning, hooping, and more. If you have a question about what else we offer, visit the links on the left, or contact us!
Footage of our students!
One of our couples from past lessons was featured in the latest issue of Wedluxe Magazine. Their feature is here. Their Saturday Night Fever-inspired wedding dance was caught on film. Make sure to watch both parts!
Learn More - Read Our Articles!
To learn more about what we do, visit our Articles Section. All of the items there will give you an even better sense of how we approach dance, and especially partner dancing.