U Can Dance Studio offer to engaged couples.

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The normal cost of a lesson is $50/hour – Please call

314-209-9228


Getting Married?

Have you thought about the First Dance of your wedding?

No matter what your skill level, our certified and nationally ranked ballroom dance instructors at U Can Dance Studio in St Louis will help you make your “First Dance” a dance you’ll truly remember.

We specialize in wedding dance choreography and dance instruction for all the popular reception dances.

Bring in the music you have chosen for your first dance and we will choreograph the perfect dance for both of you! We teach father/daughter dance and mother/son dances as well. It is never to late to start, but the earlier you come in to learn, the more impressive you will be at your big day.

So come on in today and get started on your special wedding dance that you both can cherish forever.

Below are Sean & Galyna. We are quite proud of these two. They are also members of our extended family.

Sean & Galyna were kind enough to allow us to video their practice sessions as well as their “First Dance” at the reception. There are 5 videos in the playlist for your review. Seeing how others approach this challenge may help you as well.

Call at 314-209-9228  or Email us and start taking ballroom dance lessons today.

The normal cost of a lesson is $50/hour


How about the 2009 JK Wedding Entrance dance that introduced another way to have a fun experience for all !

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The First Dance History

The “First Dance” performed by the bride and groom is an American and European tradition. Historically, the most common dance performed is the Waltz but in today’s culture dances like the Foxtrot, Meringue, and Swing are done as well.

The First Dance was not just for weddings but were for special occasions and celebrations in the days of old. The guest of honor at these events would do the first dance and when finished, this would open the dance floor to all the quests.This tradition is alive and well today at wedding celebrations and at some more traditional celebrations as well.