You shouldn't worry about looking like a fool at prom or at a wedding, because slow dancing is actually easy. Even if you've never done it before, you'll get the hang of it before the first song of the night ends. As long as you have a willing partner, then all you really have to do is place your hands in a certain position and move your feet. If you're interested in hearing some more details, here's a girl's guide to slow dancing:
1. Wait for the Appropriate Music
If you want to share a sweet dance with your partner, you need to wait for an appropriate song to come on. If you pull him onto the dance floor during an upbeat song, he probably won't salsa with you. He'll just try to grind against your body. That's why you have to wait until a super slow song comes on, so that it's clear you only want to slow dance.
2. Position Your Arm on His Shoulder
Once you make it onto the dance floor, you need to get into the right position. You should rest your left arm on his shoulder and let him hold your right hand in his hand. It's as simple as that!
3. Stand Closer to Enhance the Experience
There's not a set amount of distance that you should be standing from your partner. If you don't know him very well, then you can stand a foot away. If you're dating and want the experience to feel intimate, then you can stand close and rest your head on his shoulder.
4. Move Your Feet from Side to Side
Moving your feet is the hardest part, and it's not even that difficult. All you have to do is put one foot in between his and the other foot outside of his. Then you should move from side to side.
5. Follow His Movements
Traditionally, the man is meant to lead during a slow dance. If that's the case for you, then make sure to follow the movements that he makes. If he steps back, then you need to step forward, and vice versa. You might be in charge elf every other area of your relationship, but he's in charge on the dance floor, so pay attention.
6. Move to the Beat of the Music
Even if you don't have a musical bone in your body, you need to pay close attention to the rhythm of the song that's playing. Not every slow song has the same beat, which means that you're not always going to be moving at the same pace. Try to listen to the way the tempo sounds and match your feet to it.
7. Chat While You Dance
Dancing shouldn't take up all of your attention. You should be able to multitask while you're doing it, which means it's important to strike up a conversation with your partner. While it could be romantic to just stare into each other's eyes on the dance floor, it could also be awkward, so it doesn't hurt to prepare some conversation topics ahead of time.
Slow dancing doesn't take much talent. Even if you're a novice, you'll get the hang of it after you're on the dance floor for a few seconds. Have you ever slow danced with a boy before?