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Your wedding dance is a magical moment between you and your partner. After all of the preparations, the ceremony, and the reception, your first steps onto the floor kicks off an evening of celebration. But every person who has taken a dance class knows that performing a routine with a smile on your face takes a little work! While I may not be choreographing your spins and sashays across the floor, I do know a little something about how to prepare you for the performance. To make your first dance effortless and get you ready for a whole night of fun, there are three main things our classes will focus on: building flexibility, endurance, and strength.


Yoga is a great practice to include in your wedding workout plan. Daily stretching loosens the muscles, improves your range of motion, and helps lessen the likelihood of overworking yourself. Not to mention it’s a great stress reliever!


Dancing the whole night away is a lot of fun but it also takes a lot of energy. To keep you on your feet, we’re going to work on your cardio. Now I know this may sound like your worst nightmare, but it doesn’t have to be! While you can go the traditional route, don’t be afraid to switch it up with something different like a hike. Trust me, when the night comes, you’ll be ready to dance up a storm.


Working on your body and building your muscles are a must! My classes include exercises that can be done with your body weight, resistance bands, or weights to help tone your muscles and leave you feeling strong and confident. And who knows? Maybe you’ll even try that dirty dancing lift as your grand finale!

The Rest is up to You!

Working on your flexibility, endurance and strength will help you feel like you’re dancing on a cloud. But don’t forget, practice makes perfect! Try reviewing your first dance choreography a couple of times a week, use a mirror to see your movements, and most importantly don’t forget to have fun! All that hard work you put into training for your wedding will make stepping onto the dance floor feel as natural as your walk down the aisle.

Send me a DM on social with your first dance song for your wedding!

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I specialize in helping brides feel confident in themselves by offering premium wedding fitness and nutrition coaching programs so they can eliminate self-doubt and insecurity.



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