Let us help you create your perfect first dance!
All you need to do is come in,
We'll take care of the rest!
We offer customized dance lessons to suit your needs, whether you’re looking to waltz across the ballroom floor or get your guests on their feet with an upbeat hip-hop routine. No matter what dance experience you have, our expert instructors will give you the tools you need to make your first dance memorable.
Our Lessons Include:
A routine that fits your song
Reflects your personality
Fun and stress free classes
One-on-One lessons with our experts
More Bridal Party Lessons Include:
John is AMAZING when it comes to Dance!! We could not have been more satisfied with his guidance 'every step of the way'. Our wedding dance was not your typical routine and John surpassed us in helping us achieve the most GORGEOUS romantic wedding themed dance that we envisioned! John's patience, humor and flexibility really made the difference in achieving all of the various steps, spins, and dance moves involved for us. For father & bride dance, John gladly accommodated my father's busy schedule and went above and beyond to help us when it came ballroom dancing. It is our pleasure to recommend John and his team when it comes to dance. We will treasure the memories captured in the dances for the rest of our lives. Thank you again from the bottom of our hearts.
Dan & Grace
Cristabel was an amazing instructor! She was so patient which we really needed because we were so clueless! Setting up lessons what super easy and flexible. I would absolutely recommend them for all of your dance needs. For us we were worried about being uncomfortable they helped us loosen up and feel confident!
Jeff & DeAnna
We used Pivot Ballroom on the Main Line for our wedding dance lessons. John was a pleasure to work with and worked around our schedules. He helped us learn our first dance. We enjoyed all of our lessons and we did a great job dancing at our wedding. The dance lessons were a fun date for us! I highly recommend dance lessons for your first dance and to use Pivot Ballroom on the main line.
John & Lindsey
My (now) husband and I aren’t exactly known for our dance moves so we knew we needed some help for our first dance! John was incredible - he was fun, kind, easy to work with and super knowledgeable. We danced to more of a bluegrassy tune for our first dance and he didn’t skip and beat in making sure it flowed and we were well prepared. Overall a great experience over those several weeks that we’ll look back on fondly for years to come!" ~Lindsey
A few tips we have learned over the years.
Don’t wait until the last minute!
Remember that your schedule will get very hectic as the wedding day approaches. We recommend starting a few months earlier so you have time for practice.
Be consistent with your appointments.
The more often you come in, the less review there will be on each lesson. Plan at least once a week to get the most from your lessons.
It’s OK if you haven’t chosen a song yet.
We understand that sometimes it's hard to pick out the perfect song.
If you can't decide, let us help. We have taught hundred of couples over the years and we have lots of good suggestions.
Be patient when learning.
Learning to dance can be stressful, especially if you have never done anything like this before. Think of your lessons as a fun date night and don’t put too much pressure on each other. We want this is too be a fun experience for everyone.
Don’t try to teach your fiance.
You’ll both have a lot more fun dancing if you let your instructor do the teaching.
Practice in the right shoes.
Wear shoes to your lessons that are similar to the ones you’ll be wearing on the big day. You should wait until you have had a few lessons before you wear your actual wedding shoes so you don't scuff them up.
A few things to know for your first lesson.
What is the size of your dance floor?
Will a DJ or band be playing your song?
Will you have any Mother/Son, Father/Daughter or other bridal party dances?
Will the dress affect your movement?
What kind of music will you have at your wedding?