Tell about your experiences as a young person learning "how to dance". If you were older when you finally learned, then tell about that.
Those people who want to carry on about how one doesn't need to "learn" anything, but just feel "free" to move as the spirit indicates, then talk about the first moment you realized that.
I'm thinking more about learning dances that other people understand well enough to match your moves etc. Fast dancing or slow dancing......
We ( my whole class ) got sent to an after-school thing in sixth grade and our teacher was a lady known as Mrs. York, who was strict about people not being allowed to do certain kinds of dances, and made sure to have two or three chaperones always present. She didn't describe the forbidden dances in detail, but we all gathered that they must be "sexy" dances. She half jokingly told us to call her "Sargent York". ( I learned who that was years later. At that time the joke didn't make sense to me. )
We learned the "box step" first, and did slow dances for a long while, before we briefly were taught a few fast dances.
Some kids who had put a simple band together played a few songs towards the end of the class sessions. One of these guys was an old friend of mine, with the most unusual name for a guy. His first name was Sterling ( or Stirling, I forget ) and he'd been learning the drums as long as I had ever known him. He was a natural to be in the band. The singer was a guy that the girls all seemed to fancy, with another unusual name - Hunter. ( I heard he OD'd and died in High School or shortly thereafter, not long after my family moved away to the burbs. ) They could play "Little Black Egg" LOL. and a few other simple songs.