FAQ Wedding Dance
How many wedding dance lessons do we need?
The answer to this depends in general on what you are looking for. If you are just looking at learning the basics of one dance, one lesson should be fine. However, most couples like their individual choreography to their chosen song and for a simple routine you will probably need 3 lessons and a more spectacular one around 5 lessons. Easiest dance styles are Waltz, Foxtrot/Slow Rhythm and Salsa. For a mash up of more than one dance I recommend minimum of 5 lessons and more practice time between lessons.
When is it best to start your wedding dance lessons?
Two to three months would be ideal, or even earlier, as the last few weeks before your wedding can get pretty hectic. More time is always better, but no time is too little. However, if you left it to the last minute, you can still learn the basics of a dance. Couples are usually able to dance the basics of a dance in one lesson.
How much do wedding dance lessons cost?
Our wedding dance lesson packages are:
"Last Minute" Package
One lesson $90 at the dance studio, or $100 mobile
Get the guidance you need for a memorable first dance and basic moves.
"Simple but Impressive" Package
Three lessons $240 at the dance studio, or $270 mobile
Includes a fully, simple, but impressive, choreographed
dance to your chosen song with entrance and lifts and dips.
"Extra Special Choreography" Package
Five lessons $350 at the dance studio, or $400 mobile
Includes a fully choreographed dance with more advanced moves,
entrance and lifts and dips or even a dance with more than one song,
a "mash up" of songs and styles, or for some extra polish and additional
styling of your dance.
All lessons are 60 minutes long. At the end of each lesson, we
take a video for you, so you can easily practice the moves or
choreography at home, in between lessons.
Whereabouts are you located?
Location for wedding dance lessons at the studio:
10 Foss Street
Which area do you cover for mobile dance lessons?
For mobile lessons, in the comfort of your own home, we cover Fremantle and Perth, North and South of the River
Approximately a radius of 45 km from Perth CBD
Do we need any dance experience?
Not at all! The aim is to teach you simple and easy moves that will have your bridal dance looking great, ready for the wedding day.
What style of dance should we learn?
The style of dance you should learn depends on your first dance song and your vision for your dance. If you have chosen a song for your first dance, your instructor will be able to listen to it and tell you what styles of dance are suitable.
What days and times can we take lessons?
We teach 7 days a week and our experienced wedding dance teachers can plan your mobile dance lessons at a time to suit you (subject to other bookings and availabilities) or in Palmyra: www.ingahaas.com.au/palmyra
How much space do we need in our home for mobile wedding dance lesson?
Most Wedding Dance floors are only around 5 x 5 meters, quite small, and by moving your furniture a little bit, most of you are able to make enough space for your bridal dance lesson with one of our professional, experienced dance teachers in the comfort of your own home.
What do we do about the music?
We will always have your chosen song ready for the lesson so you don’t have to bring it to the lesson. If you like to use more than one song, we can cut and join several songs for you, free of charge. If you haven’t decided on your wedding song yet and need some help in choosing one, we have a vast variety of wedding dance song playlists on our YouTube channel which might help you in finding your favourite music.
Inga Haas School of Dance YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/IngaHaas
How do we make payment?
For your convenience, payment can be made online by card
For wedding dance lessons at the studio in Palmyra payments, please go to
For mobile wedding dance lessons payment, please go to
Wedding dance lesson payments need to be made before your first lesson by card online or at the first dance lesson in cash please.
FAQ by Wedding Dance Teacher
Some info that will help your instructor:
When is the wedding?
What is your time availability for lessons?
What are the approximate dimensions of the dance floor?
Do either of you have any previous dance experience?
Do you have a song, or songs, that you’d like to use?
Do you have a particular dance or movement that you’d like to try?
Do you have any time together between lessons to practice?
What is the audience position relative to dance floor?