Don't worry if it doesn't all fall into place the first time – keep trying and soon it will.
Flamenco dance steps are done necessarily fast in order to get that distinctive Spanish sound.
So they need to be broken down as far as they will go – into individual taps of the foot – before you ever have a chance of doing them quickly.
Make sure you're taught and understand the individual components of each dance before trying them out at speed – and don't despair if it doesn't sound like Flamenco straight away.
Far better to be able to do the dance accurately and slowly than get carried away and end up stomping your way through, out of sync with your fellow dancers.
Yep, it's a dance, like tap dancing, where your mistakes won't just be seen, they'll be heard.
So take it slowly to begin with.