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Gonzalo was amazing in helping us prepare for our 'casual' first dance at our wedding. We were both complete beginners with low confidence in our abilities, but Gonzalo put us at ease immediately. Gonzalo suggested a choreography that both my husband and I loved despite us having very few ideas about what we wanted for our dance (apart from the song). He was always patient and positive, listened to our wishes, and was full of ideas. Learning to dance from Gonzalo was a wonderful experience - I feel that we couldn't have found a better person.
Uttara is so friendly and professional. My fiancé and I had great time working with her on our wedding dance. She is able to come up with choreography for the music that we selected. The choreography is beautiful and fit the music perfectly. Glad that we made the right choice!
If you are not sure or have any doubts, I suggest you cast them aside! Priti did a wonderful job for us, she took into consideration our own comfort level and guided us through a nice choreographed dance to our wedding song. After that she incorporated what we already learned into casual dance sessions for after. Now we're pumped for our wedding!
Kat was so helpful as we prepared for our wedding dance! She really made us feel a lot more comfortable.
The brilliance of Judicita as a wedding choreographer and dance teacher is best conveyed by my husband, Andrew: I am a man who is terrified of dancing. In six weeks, Judicita took my dancing from "baby giraffe immediately after birth" to, as our wedding guests commented, "surprisingly not terrible" and "actually kind of really impressive." I did not want to jump out of a window at any point in the teaching process. Judicita was professional, empathetic, and effective both as a teacher and a choreographer. I am extremely happy with the services she provided and would recommend her in a heartbeat. I proposed to a woman of Puerto Rican/Peruvian background. She lives to dance. I was informed, lovingly and with zero wiggle room, that our first dance at the wedding would involve me doing salsa. Growing up, the blackest nightmares I ever had involved me trying and failing to dancing in front of all of my friends and family. So, choking down the terror, my then-fiancée and I contracted with Judicita to teach us (i.e. me) a choreographed 3-4 minute salsa dance. Judicita is--and I cannot stress this enough--extremely good a teaching. She has all of the normal, fundamental dance instructor skills: she's a talented dancer herself, she's very good at motion analysis and mechanics, and she's able to define and adjust choreography on the fly. But where she truly excels is her raw ability to teach. Rather than the familiar and irritating "Do this. No, like this. Point your toe more. No, like THIS. Watch me AGAIN" style of fussy instruction you get at many salsa rooms, Judicita is genuinely and patiently focused on teaching you to move. "That was great!" says Judicita with what feels like genuine excitement. "If you hold your chin a little higher the spin will be tighter, but you've really got the basic motion down!". She continually explained the "why" behind the motions, and let us learn at our own pace without getting hung up on perfection. We learned exactly what we needed for our dance. More importantly, I didn't feel like I was going to throw up from stress during lessons. I could list out many other positives: her quick and precise decisions on choreography--always listening closely to what we liked and didn't like; her flexibility in dealing with our schedule; her constant positivity and professionalism. In the end, we successfully pulled of an amazing first dance that was exactly what my bride wanted. Was I actually a born dancer? An unpolished diamond in the rough whose amazing skills were simply waiting to be discovered? A modern-day Patrick Swayze, if you will? This is what I'll keep telling myself. But the truth is, the only reason I walked out onto the floor excited, confident, and prepared, instead of nauseous and terrified, is because Judicita guided me there every step of the way. She should be teaching movie stars and professional competition dancers, instead of awkward dudes hoping to impress their partners. But thank God she does.
Gabe, as he is known, was hired to choreograph a hip hop dance for a Christian dance studio. He was the first male instructor for the dancers and they immediately liked him. He has such a welcoming and fun personality that it's impossible not to like him. When teaching even the most challenging choreography, he always makes it fun to learn (and watch if you're taking a peek). When the dance is performed it is always looks great and is very entertaining. He is a great teacher and would make a wonderful choice if you're ever in need of dance choreography. Can't say enough good things about this young man. I'm sure you'll be as satisfied and happy to know him as I am.
I don't know enough superlatives to describe how great Gary is. Since I've been taking lessons with him, dancing has become my passion. He is so patient despite the fact that it takes me many tries to get certain steps. I only wanted to take lessons so I would t embarrass myself on the dance floor but Gary teaches so much more than just steps. I love taking lessons from him and can't see quitting anytime soon!
My experience dancing with and learning choreography from Brandy has been great. She is skilled in multiple genres of dance and is able to work with anyone from beginner to advanced levels. Brandy has a passion for and takes pride in what she does. She puts in the extra time to make sure you are comfortable with the choreography. Dancing with Brandy is an EXPERIENCE and I would gladly recommend her to anyone who is interested in learning the art of dance.
I have performed with Zhywa on stage and worked with her in class for 4 years. She is a talented Bellydancer with knowledge of several dance styles including Egyptian and Turkish. She understands stage craft including costuming and performance placement and stylization. Her choreography is imaginative and her combinations are luscious and beautiful. She has a sweet personality and she will work hard to make sure her students are successful.
I am having great time learning belly dancing. As a beginner it's tough but i will get the hang of it with practice.
We offer ballroom, Latin, swing, and tango dance classes. We're a full-service dance studio serving Northern Virginia, Washington, DC, and Maryland. At Dance Bethesda, we offer social dance parties, social dance classes, and private lessons, where you can work out your steps, as well as find others just like you who desire to dance, and enjoy doing it. If you're getting married, our wedding dance experts will make your first dance a dream come true. Dance Bethesda offers great classes for you to learn in a confident and fun manner, with no pressure, and just a lot of encouragement.
Saffron Dance been the leading school for teaching belly dance in the DMV area since 2007. Specializing in adult beginners and dancers from other dance genres, Saffron Dance introduces Belly Dance through a defined methodology where movement is broken down and each week so that EVERYONE can learn it. After only 4 weeks, dancers can perform a full dance complete with shimmies, accents, undulations and traveling movement. All faculty has undergone rigorous teacher training and teach from consistent teaching curriculum.
I am a trained dance professional for the last 18 years. I've trained with Dave Bugnosen, and now works with Tom Woll in the Montgomery Department of Recreation.
A belly dance instruction from an award-winning belly dancer in Baltimore, MD. I teach beginner to advanced level. I travel to studios in Catonsville and Fallston and can come to you anywhere in between. My classes focus on technique and encouraging self-confidence.
I'm a professional dancer, a classical ballet dancer, a modern dance and Pilates instructor, a choreographer, and a curriculum development instructor.
I am a skillfully trained dancer of all genres (ballet, tap, jazz, modern, African, liturgical (praise) and hip-hop). I take pride and joy in teaching the youth, ages 3-17, and adults. I teach both private lessons and group sessions, while never forgetting to incorporate fun with my students!
I teach female students of all ages how to belly dance the Arabic way. You must have a spacious room. Dancing is a therapy to the soul and is fun.
I am a fitness consultant, barre instructor, and dance teacher who travels to you to help you achieve your personal goals!
Are you looking for the latest in ballet, tap, jazz or hip-hop? Have you seen dancing moms and want the talent without the drama? Well, you've come to the right place!
I am a dance teacher specializing in West African, ballet, and modern dance. Dance is my passion, and I am an enthusiastic teacher.
I have over a decade of experience with dance in the forms of preforming, teaching, and choreography to ages as young as 2 years old to as old as 50 years old. The opportunity to teach individuals something I love is rewarding to me. My philosophy is everyone can dance, you just need the right teacher! I am well versed in several types of dance styles to include: Tap Jazz Ballet Contemporary Interpretive Liturgical Hip Hop Poms