How to find a dancing partner on a budget
I’m always looking for the next great dance partner, but there are a few things you need to know to make that decision.
So I decided to do a quick dive into what you need in order to find one.
Here’s my top 5 tips:1.
Don’t get caught up in the details of a dancing session.
As much as you might want to get into the details, it’s much better to let a friend or family member perform, or even if you can’t, try to find some other way to help them.
If they are happy to perform, it might help you.
If not, it’ll just give you a bad vibe and cause you to feel even more uncomfortable.2.
If you can, go for a quick session without a lot of energy.
If your partner is feeling very tired or you’re not sure what to expect, that can be a great place to start.3.
Don-Don’t forget your own preferences.
As a dance teacher, it can be very difficult to teach people how to dance properly and without having a lot in common with the person you’re dancing with.
You can’t always rely on the rules of a dance routine, or the dance partner’s personal preferences.
Just make sure you have some sort of agreement with them before you go dancing.4.
A lot of people think that it’s just too soon to dance, and that they’ll get bored after just a few sessions.
However, you’ll feel much more relaxed, and there’s nothing more fun than dancing with someone you know and trust.5.
Do what you want.
Don and Don’t have an agenda for the evening, so don’t expect to be dancing with everyone.
You don’t have to have a dance partner or partner of your own, but you do need to have some time to yourself, and your own boundaries.
It’s a good idea to find someone who will be there with you during that time, if you feel like you can make it work.
I’m happy to answer any questions you have in the comments section below.