5, 10, or 15 Pole-Aerobics Fitness Classes at Diamond Angels Dance Studio in Haddon Township (Up to 88% Off)


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In a Nutshell

Pole-dance fitness classes in female-only studio impart sexy, svelte silhouettes with personal touch, thanks to small class sizes

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Expires Aug 15th, 2012. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Valid only for option purchased. 24hr cancellation notice required. Classes expire 3 months from activation date. Classes must be taken by the same person. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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Choose from Three Options

  • For $25, you get 5 pole-dance fitness classes (up to a $150 value)
  • For $45, you get 10 pole-dance fitness classes (up to a $300 value)
  • For $55, you get 15 pole-dance fitness classes (up to a $450 value)

One-hour classes, which are held seven days a week and for all levels, include Sexy Fitness, Pole Dancing, and Step Up Stiletto. During each session, instructors work with up to 10 women to improve self-confidence, lose weight, and build muscle tone.

Diamond Angels Dance Studio

Diamond Angels, founded by Tangey, inhabits a 1,500 square-foot-facility, equipped with two dance-training rooms and a cadre of hand-picked instructors that teach all-levels of dance-fitness classes. The all-female studio fosters a nonjudgmental environment suitable for adult women of all ages and whistling abilities. During one-hour classes, held seven days a week, up to 10 flirty-fitness fanatics in athletic shorts and high heels soak up an instructor's expertise. The toning, cardio-intensive, aerobic routine's sultry moves help dancers develop a more toned, slimmer silhouette. The studio also hosts private parties for groups of girlfriends 18 years or older, which they must prove by reciting the Latin alphabet backwards.