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You're about to dance your first dance as husband and wife, and you've got two left feet. Nothing that a good dance instructor and a few lessons can't fix.

The lights go dim, the music starts, and all your friends and family look on. For such an important moment, you might want to take a few pre wedding dance lessons � especially considering all the cameras and videos that will be focused on you. Taking dance lessons together might even turn out to be a welcome (and romantic) break from your otherwise hectic pre-wedding chaos!

No rhythm? Two left feet? As long as both of you want to learn how to dance, there's nothing a good dance instructor and a few lessons can't fix. After a few lessons, the two of you will be dancing the night away, like a modern-day Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers.

The only other obstacle you may have to overcome is convincing your man to sign up and take dance lessons with you. Hopefully, he'll jump at the opportunity to spend a few extra hours each week with his arms around you. If not, you may have to do some negotiating, such as promising to take him out for dinner after class or letting him watch hockey on Saturday nights. Or see if you can get his best man (and his best man's girlfriend) to take lessons with you.

How about learning a few other dances besides the standard wedding waltz? Latin dances such as the cha-cha, merengue, rhumba and tango all fall under the ballroom umbrella, and they are among the most passionate of dances. Inspired by bullfights and the courting rituals of wild animals, these dances involve erotic rhythms, sexy steps, and � best of all � holding your partner close.