How to Slow Dance to Your First Dance Song
Break away from the dreaded "prom sway" and look more natural slow dancing to your first dance song.
Let's be honest, you don't want to look like this at your wedding:
Image from Napolean Dynamite, 2004
In this FREE course, you will learn simple tips and techniques to help you break away from the dreaded "prom sway" so you will look amazing during your first dance.🙌
This course includes the exact same instruction I use during a private lesson to get my wedding couples looking more natural from the very start.
As a BONUS, this course also includes my top ten favorite first dance songs that even people with two left feet can dance to, as well as tips for how to choose your first dance song.
If you have decision fatigue (which I know you do!), you can use this course to check choosing a first dance song off your to-do list and start practicing for your first dance right away!
Alex is the owner of First Dance Charlotte, a boutique wedding dance studio located in Charlotte, NC, specializing in private wedding dance lessons and original first dance choreography in a fun, stress-free environment.
Originally from Beckley, West Virginia, Alex has been dancing since she was three years old. Since launching First Dance Charlotte in 2015, Alex has taught more than 500 couples how to dance for their wedding. Her unique experience working with wedding couples has made her an expert in crafting beautiful, romantic and stress-free dances for her clients. She brings this specialized knowledge, a clear and concise teaching style, and a belief that anyone can learn to dance for their wedding to her online courses.
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Frequently Asked Questions
If you've ever wondered why and how some people look so natural while they are dancing together, you've come to the right place! 😉
I almost exclusively teach couples who have NEVER danced together (or separately) in their lives and you will get to learn the same tips and tricks I teach them every day. Listen, if they can do it, you can do it.