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My husband and I both have two left feet, but the lessons were very enjoyable. We felt that we could actually dance after Carmen showed us the steps! We had a great time dancing our first dance at the wedding, maybe we will show the video to our kids in the future :)Jul 17, 2018Carmen + Pro Dancers @ Wedding Dance NYC's reply
Carrie, both you and Mark did very well in our lessons and the final product was just outstanding!
Wedding Dance LessonsAug 29, 2018VerifiedCarmen + Pro Dancers @ Wedding Dance NYC's reply
Thank you, Katelyn—an extremely talented dancer.
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?Preparing the first dance should not break your bank. For experienced dancers, you can try two lessons to start. If you are a newcomer in dancing and you don't expect a complicated choreography, the 4-lesson package is suitable for you. Wedding Dance Lesson Packages—all including an exclusive room with a full-length wall mirror for professional dance rehearsal : 2 Lessons for $195 4 Lessons for $375 10 Lessons for $850 Pay as you go / Single Lesson for $105
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?STEP ONE Select a lesson package or ask for a 20 minutes consultation on the phone with a Single Lesson purchase. A variety of lesson packages are specially designed with wedding plans and budgets in mind. You can develop a unique choreography to make your wedding / first dance memorable for life. STEP TWO Pick the First Dance song together! Yes, he has to like it too! Pick something that shows your personality as a couple. It doesn't have to be ultra-intimate or overly romantic. It has to be you—as a couple. If you still have trouble deciding which song to use, our dance instructors can help. STEP THREE Just get on the floor to learn. It's going to be fun and intimate. You and your partner will be able to learn the choreography step by step with full personal attention.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?I started dancing in 1998. Being a visual designer and professional competitive ballroom dancer in Open Professional American Rhythm, I put a lot of my time in art, design, cultural studies and physical training.