What would be the perfect birthday or Valentine’s day present for your boyfriend or girlfriend? Despite what the thumbnail of today’s video suggests, I still believe there is even a better option. Especially, taking into account that one could easily lead to another. Check out this choreography of Jade Chynoweth, and while you are doing it, imagine how it would feel to attend this kind of dance workshop with your partner.
For some people attending any type of dance workshop could be torture. But for others, it could be one of the best ways to spend their day. You probably know better if your partner would enjoy a couple’s dance class like the one in the video. If the answer is “Yes”, then you know what to do next. If the answer is “No”, don’t hesitate to show him/her this video and ask what your loved one thinks about it.
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There is a chance that after watching it your partner could get curious and even excited to participate in a similar event. If not, don’t push too hard. For some, it could be too much stress, especially if the person had never danced before. In any case, I believe it’s worth discussing and seeing how it goes.
When it comes to couple’s dance class there are a few things to remember to make sure everything goes smooth, and you don’t end up breaking up after that:
1. Never criticize each other during the class
This is what many couples would do. Usually, they mean it with good intention to help their partner better understand a certain move. However, most of the time, it would fire back. Any type of criticism could trigger some kind of insecurity and it can easily lead to hurt feelings and even a fight after the class. Just don’t do it!
2. Always ask your teacher whenever you or your partner doesn’t understand a certain move or step
Don’t teach each other what you think is the right way to do a certain move. It all comes down to insecurities all over again. Just ask your dance instructor for help whenever there is a hiccup unless one of you is already a professional dancer and the other is not. In this circumstance, it might work, however, I would not recommend it as well, just in case.
3. Lighten up and don’t take it too serious
Always remember that it’s supposed to be fun. Don’t be hard on yourself and think that you’re the only person or couple in the room that cannot do everything as well as others. Sometimes it may seem that others are dancing way better than you, but it doesn’t mean that they actually do. So relax and have fun. Having fun is mandatory, everything else is optional!
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