Four Reasons To Take Wedding Dance Lessons That Have Nothing To Do With Showing Off


Amidst all the wedding planning chaos, it can be easy to decide not to worry about dance lessons. After all, is it really that important? You might think it's only to show off in front of your guests- and you will improve your dancing, but dance lessons have many benefits beyond just a nice first dance. Below are four reasons you should take dance lessons with your sweetheart that have nothing to do with impressing your friends. 


1. It's a good excuse for date night

It's easy to forget to keep the romance up with all the stress of wedding planning. But after all, you're getting married, because you enjoy spending time with your partner. And, it's not the same old dinner and a movie. You'll both appreciate having something new and different to try on your nights out.


2. Dancing can relieve stress

We mentioned the stress of wedding planning several times in the previous paragraphs. Well, not only is dancing fun, but the physical exercise can release endorphins and help keep that stress level down.


3. It's good exercise

Sure, the exercise is good for stress, but it's also great for fitting into that wedding dress. Aren't you tired of the same old workouts? Going to the gym, walking the treadmill. Mix it up with ballroom dancing. 


4. Make memories with your partner

This is a special time in your relationship and learning a new skill together can be a big bonding experience. Sure, maybe the first couple of classes you'll feel a little silly as you trip over each other's feet, but you'll have each other to laugh about it with. Years from now, when you look back on this time, you want to have those kind of special memories to cherish when things get tough. 


Now that all that's been said, even if you're not worried about impressing your friends and family, it will be nice to be able to do more than just sway awkwardly back and forth with your sweetheart. Contact us at Quick Quick Slow Ballroom Dance Studio to set up your lessons today.