Turn on the music. Listen to it a few times and try to scroll to the head rhythm.
Think of where to start and what should be the ending step of your dance. For example, the dance begins after the groom invites the bride and ends with a graceful bow. The groom usually bows with a slight nod of the head.
Getting started with learning the dance steps, follow these steps. Take your right foot forward (to the "one, two, three"), than left foot forward, take one step to the side, then left foot back (to the "one, two three ").
Stand in a pair. The bride should put her right hand on the shoulder of the groom and the other hand around the waist of the groom. In this case, the groom's right foot goes forward, and at the same time the bride take her left foot back.
Improvise during the dance. To impress the audience with the dance, it is not just to concentrate on the movement but also to show love to your life partner.