Mike wanted lessons for his daughters wedding so he could dance the traditional “Father/Daughter” dance with her to the song she chose: Cinderella by Steven Curtis Chapman. His daughter, Mel lives in California and was not able to come here to learn the dance. So her mom (Mike’s wife) stepped in to learn the wedding dance and practice with him before they went to California for the wedding.
“Thank you for all your help and support teaching me (and my wife Kaye) how to dance for our daughter’s wedding”. “You’re the best!!! Kaye and I look forward to continuing to learn more dance steps from you in the future”.
“The wedding dance you taught us (for the Father Daughter Dance) was great. I had the confidence to actually dance in front of a large group vs doing the typical “slow dance in a circle” and being a nervous wreck. There were actually some tears being shed (not by me) by a lot of folks that attended the wedding. Some of the feedback from the guests: What a beautiful dance…. You guys look like Pros… I couldn’t stop crying… Can I get a copy of the dance video…. There wasn’t a dry eye at our table… Was it hard to learn that dance – how long did it take you to learn the steps”?
“My son-in-law also took some pointers for their Bride and Groom dance. “He asked for some help” after he saw Mel (my daughter) and I practice the night before the wedding. I would encourage anyone wanting to enjoy something they can do with their wife/partner – take dance lessons!!! They’re a lot of fun, great exercise, and it’s also a confidence builder. And, the fun continues as you and your partner practice the steps you learned throughout the week”.
“You’re a great teacher, with the passion to teach others to dance and…… you make the lessons FUN”.