Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need to know how to dance in order to take a class?

Nope. That is what Dance Together Project is for – to help you get some skills, have fun and feel confident when dancing, regardless of your level of experience.

Does the studio have COVID safety measures in-place?

Yes, Dance Together Project has put measures in place as recommended by health officials and the CDC to ensure that we are operating under strict health and safety guidelines. Our studio is open for private lessons and small group classes with COVID safety measures in place. Learn more

What will we learn in the Wedding Dance 101 Workshop?

You will learn the basic skills of communicating with each other through dancing together – how to lead, follow and listen to each other. You will learn how to move together, do several turns, and set a structure for your dance. The moves are fun and practical in a sense that you would be able to apply them to any song. No previous dance experience is required. Yes, the workshop will help you with your two or all four “left feet.” Our cozy studio space is limited, so please register in advance.

What should we wear to class?

Dress comfortably for moving. Please bring indoor shoes, a water bottle and your mask. Feel free to bring your wedding shoes if the day is soon in order to practice.

When should we book a workshop or class?

Please book sooner rather than later to allow yourselves time to practice. Things can get stressful closer to the wedding day, which is not the best state for learning (or anything, really). Come early enough to have fun learning! Booking three to four months in advance is a great time window, especially between May and October, which tends to get busy. Learning to dance together is a super special experience – allow yourselves the time to enjoy it!

Do you have Wedding Dance Private lesson packages?

Yes! Here they are!

How many lessons do we need?

We have packages of two, three, four and six private lessons. Here they are! We recommend that you start with the Dance Together 101 Workshop first. If you enjoy the experience, you can decide on how many classes you wish to take and what works for your schedule. We also have the Wedding Dance 102 Workshop if you prefer a group class review session. Please plan and book ahead. Booking three to four months in advance is a great time window, especially between May and October, which tends to get busy.

We have more questions! How do we get answers?

Please email contact@dancetoghetherproject.com or call 647-689-3900.