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Girl dancing the Swing

Wedding Season is coming. Are you dance ready?

Why you need this Wedding Dance Party Survival Guide.

For many guys, the thought of getting up and dancing instills terror flashbacks of prom night, making a fool of themselves on the dance floor in front of the very girl they're trying to impress. And while you think you may have the macarena down pat, that's not exactly the best way to spotlight your cool side.

There's an easy way to ramp up confidence and learn some simple moves that will make you look relaxed and like you're having fun. In fact, you will be having fun because there will be no more awkwardness or anxieties to hold you back. Many guys really want to dance but think they can't. "I have no sense of rhythm. I can't get the beat. I have two left feet. I really like dancing but I'm not good at it. I don't know how to move my hips. I get nervous. I'll look stupid…" We've heard it all. But you might end up looking more awkward when everyone else is having a good time and you're sticking out as a wallflower.

The thing is, you're going to have to learn how, the same way you took driving lessons or golf lessons. Learning requires that you make mistakes so you want to make your best mistakes in a safe place with someone who can coach you through the simple tricks to making you look good on the dance floor.

Why didn't anyone tell me? It becomes so easy when an expert breaks it down for you and shows you how to do a two step, twirl a girl or lead her into a turn. Someone who can give you the inside scoop on how to approach a girl and ask her to dance, how to lead her off the dance floor, what to do and what NOT to do. If you think you don't have rhythm, we can teach you what to listen for, which beat to start on. If you can count to four, you can learn to dance.

Check out Blueheel Dance Studios in Port Credit, Mississauga. It's a good looking studio in a great location where you can take in a dance lesson and then chill on one of many cool patios and restaurants along Lakeshore.

"I took a few classes for fun to get out of my comfort zone. Never danced in school or ever but they give you a free demo and took some private lessons at the Missisauga location. The instructors are all really nice and patient and treat you like a friend as well." Bernie.

Many of the students who come for dance lessons say that it has been a game changer.

Take the first step. Call 905 274 3262 and book your free trial lesson.

No experience necessary. No partner required.

Blueheel Dance Studio also provides dance lessons for couples for the Wedding Dance, father-daughter dance, mother-son dance or for the whole wedding party. For social occasions, quinceaneras or corporate functions. Dances include Latin & Ballroom dances like Rumba, Foxtrot, Waltz, Swing, Tango, Salsa, Bachata & more.

Call 905 274 3262


Yes, dancing.

This is no time to be a wallflower. That's just painful. Especially if you have to turn down an invitation to dance from that person you've had eyes on, just because you don't know how to. The thing is, it really needn't be so. Blueheel Dance Studio has introduced the Dance Party Survival Guide - a series of dance hacks to help people overcome their shyness or awkwardness when it comes to dance.

"The biggest fear I have, is that I will make a fool of myself and people will be laughing at me."

"I can't hear the beat" "I have no sense of rhythm" "I'm too stiff"

We've heard it all. It may come as a surprise (no, really?) that the reason you don't know how to dance is because nobody taught you how to. Kinda like driving shift. That's why Blueheel has put together this Survival Guide for Party Season, especially for guys to give you a sense of confidence and the few necessary tips to go out there and have a good time. In a few sessions, you will learn:

- some basic dances moves to get you by

- how to ask someone to dance

- how to hold a dance frame (what do I do with my hands)

- some key tips on how to lead or follow

- how to find and keep the beat

After just your first lesson, you will already begin to feel more confident and more equipped to go out on to that dance floor. Don't wait. Be prepared. Do it now.

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