Learn To Dance “Wedding Dance Company of the Year”

Learn To Dance awarded “Wedding Dance Company of the Year 2019 – Home Counties”

For the third year running Learn To Dance have been nominated for, and won, an award in the Lux Life Global Wedding Awards.

We have just found out today that we have added to our 2018 awards tally with our first win of 2019, and our third win a row from Lux Life Magazine’s 2019 Global Wedding Awards.

We’re totally chuffed to have been awarded Wedding Dance Company of the Year 2019 – Home Counties, and don’t forget to mention us to any of your friends and family that are getting married!

About LearnToDance

LearnToDance is a Ballroom and Latin American Dance School run by husband and wife team Antony & Emma-Louise Holeksa and has been running since 2006. Classes for all levels and ages, and personal tuition, take place throughout the week, as well as dance breaks and private events.

In 2016 we moved into our own dedicated studio at the Cherry Orchard in Burnham and now offer sessions most days of the week.

LearnToDance have been choreographing wedding first dances for over a decade and everything from simple guidance through to mixtapes and family involvement.

Learn To Dance Newsletter 24th October 2012

Learn To Dance Newsletter

Strictly Blog; Thursday Zumba; Halloween themed social; Exam session Sunday; Blackpool Weekend deposits deadline; Argentine Tango Master Class; Ken Bateman Memorial Ball; Over 50’s Daytime Tenpin Bowling; Beginner Viennese Waltz Workshop; No dancing Wednesday 12th December; Social Events in 2013; Private Lessons available and up to end of year

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Ricky Groves & Erin Boag – Paso Doble

Facial hair seems to be a theme this week, let’s see if Ricky can master the posture and lose the hips – save them for the other Latin dances!

He’s certainly come out on the floor with the right attitude, not too sure about the scream though, is he in pain?

The trouble with wearing a bolero is that if you don’t hold your frame correctly it will make your shoulders look hunched. I normally recommend my wedding grooms don’t wear their jacket during the first dance for this very reason.

A lot of passion, albeit slightly poor footwork at times.

Based on the atmosphere he creates I’d give it a 7