Kandy (Cantonese, Mandarin, English)

"I started dancing in 1988 and have been teaching dance since 2008; I love dancing too much to keep it a personal hobby, and my passion is infectious. Ballroom, Latin, Line Dance, Jazz Funk, Hip Hop or K pop, nothing is impossible so just join us and impress your guests. I look forward to seeing you on the dance floor."

Hugo Mouriamé (English, French)

"Amazingly my dance career started with 18 years of practising Judo, including 3 years of teaching it and playing the drums. I managed to blend these two passions into dance. Thanks to these experiences, I am able to offer creative choragraphy adapted to my clients, playing with the music and showcasing their personality. I take genuine pleasure in turning any apprehensions you might have about dancing into newfound joy and satisfaction. The first dance is all about you and there's nothing to stop you learning it with fun and discipline to make it your own special moment."

Amani Gong ( Mandarin, Cantonese, English, Dutch)

“Dancing is a great way to connect yourself with your body, mind, soul and with others. I wish all people could master this tool in their lives. ‘First dance’ is not only a great ritual, but also a great experience to share with your other half. It’s about how to express yourself, discover your partner, and connect with each other in a different way. With over 10 years of dancing experience, and as a dance fanatic myself, I am happy to share my passion with you, and make the best for your special day! “

Katie Bridges (English, Spanish)

"I was inspired to start HK Wedding dance after founding the Ceroc dance franchise in Asia over 10 years ago (Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia). What I love about teaching a first dance is the sense of the journey each couple embarks on as they lead up to their special day. It’s a privilege to see the transformation from those who hardly (or never) danced to the Bride and Groom who bring laughter and joy not only to themselves, but also their guests with their own unique wedding dance."

Timothy Bridges (English)

"Instructing Wedding Dance is something that opens both body and mind. I believe it's a fantastic way for a couple who are soon to be married to develop in their relationship together and learn a skill that will not only be useful on their wedding day but also for life. I often find the fiancé might be reluctant to dance at first but in fact he often ends up enjoying it just as much, if not more than his fiancée! I have seen many couples go from 'zero to hero' as they come in expecting not to be able to dance together, yet leave with a whole choreographed and professional-looking dance in just 4-6 classes. No matter if you have 2 left feet, you can do it!"