There are so many benefits to joining a dance class as an adult. Not only will it get you fit and help you to lose weight, but it can also improve your mood and you could come away from it with a whole new group of friends.
But none of that makes the first class any less daunting, especially if you have never had dance lessons before. So let’s take a look at some of the things you can do to help you prepare:
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1) Don’t expect to become a pro straight away
You will probably have seen videos of people performing the type of dance that you will be learning, and you will probably be excited to be able to dance just like them. But that won’t happen any time soon. The reason why the dancing looks so good is because of the years of practice that they have put in to make it look effortless. You will not look like that in your first lesson, and the steps and moves that you learn might not even seem to bear any relation to the type of dancing you are used to seeing.
2) But that’s ok because nobody does
But don’t let that discourage you because even those pro dancers had to start exactly where you will be starting. Nobody comes out of the womb being able to perfectly execute complicated dance moves. So when you look at videos like the one we have featured here – Bachata Ladystyling by Chrissy, Vero and Tini, where the dancers all look breathtaking, remember that they started at exactly the same point that you are.
3) Be open-minded and be ready to have fun
The best way to prepare for your first dance class is to go in with a readiness to learn, ask questions, and be motivated to practice. But it is also important that you remember that this is supposed to be fun! You are much more likely to stick with it and to improve if it’s a fun class that you look forward to each week, so let that happen.
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