One Month of Unlimited Dance Classes for One or a Dance-Lesson Package for Two at Ballroom Addiction (Up to 60% Off)

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In a Nutshell

Instructors lead group classes in many Latin and ballroom styles; a private lesson, class, and party allow couples to practice their steps

The Fine Print

Expires Jul 17th, 2013. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Valid only for option purchased. Appointment required for private dance lesson. Must be 12 or older. New clients only. One month pass valid for ballroom, yoga, and latin group classes. Not valid for specialty classes. Pass must be used by the same person. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

A married couple's first dance as man and wife should be flawless, much like an engagement diamond or your roommate's screenplay, Death Be Not Fun. Fade in on fancy footwork with this Groupon.

Choose Between Two Options

$35 for one month of unlimited group classes for one (a $75 value)
$49 for a dance-lesson package for two (a $123 total value)

  • One 45-minute private dance lesson (a $75 value)
  • One 45-minute drop-in group dance class (a $24 value)
  • One Friday-night dance party (a $24 value)

For the one-month option, customers can choose from 45-minute instructor-led ballroom and Latin dance sessions in several disciplines, such as tango, fox trot, swing, samba, and country western. Click here for a class schedule.

Ballroom Addiction

At Ballroom Addiction, the staff members' credentials are as impressive as their synchronized steps. For example, director Ron Yee has won two championships at United States Ballroom Championships events, and hip-hop teacher Gene Lopez has worked with celebrities from Michael Bublé to Flavor Flav. Their impressive resumés don't imply exclusivity, however—guests of all skill levels, from beginners to aspiring award winners, are welcome to rehearse on their three floating floors. Along with other trained instructors, they draw from years of competitive experience to school students on four main categories of dance: American Smooth, International Standard, American Rhythm, and International Latin.

These categories cover several styles, including fox trot, waltz, swing, tango, rumba, and cha-cha. The instructors impart poise in both private and group sessions, as well as coach pupils in social dance sessions that cover nightclub moves and country western choreography. To supplement lessons, instructors host Friday-night parties that allow protégés to practice their form while mingling with other students. Wedding-dance seminars coordinate romantic routines set to the couple's favorite song, or, for more complex performances, the sound of every guest clinking a fork against a wine glass.