6 or 12 Belly-Dance Classes at DROM (Up to 77% Off)

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Shimmy, shake, and sway to traditional Mediterranean belly-dancing rhythms in classes where veteran performers share their secrets

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Expires Jun 7th, 2013. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Valid only for option purchased. Reservations required. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

With its sensuous twists and undulating curves, belly dancing can express a wide variety of emotions, from Look at my belly! to See what I just did with my belly? Learn to shimmy what you're thinking with this Groupon.

Choose Between Two Options

  • $29 for 6 belly-dance classes (a $120 value)
  • $55 for 12 belly-dance classes (a $240 value)

Instructors with extensive backgrounds in performance—including film and television appearances—help students hone their belly-dancing skills and exercise their core muscles in an intimate performance space and dance club. The one-hour classes kick off on Saturday at 2 p.m. and 3 p.m. Click here for more information.

Groupon customers will also receive 2 free tickets to an upcoming show. These tickets are subject to availability.

Drom

Rather than the colored spotlights that scurry across many a modern dance floor, Drom’s performance space twinkles beneath the glimmer of its massive Turkish chandelier. In its glow, Layla Isis, Mariyah and Sira move to gypsy rhythms, undulating through live performances. During the spinning spectacular, Layla showcases the same fleet-footed prowess that landed her a role in Sex and the City 2 and a spot on Late Night with Conan O’Brien, though by that time, Conan had been successfully replaced with a snowman wearing a clown wig. An artist of the beautiful, she blends traditional belly dancing with her stunning reimagining of the Danse Serpentine—a medium created by Chicago native Loie Fuller and popularized in Paris in the late 19th century—with billowing reams of cloth and striking changes in light.

Due to the success of these performances, Drom's dancers have started to teach classes. On Saturday, before the night ramps up, the talented dancers twirl into classrooms to teach their art to curious students.

Drom

Rather than the colored spotlights that scurry across many a modern dance floor, Drom’s performance space twinkles beneath the glimmer of its massive Turkish chandelier. In its glow, Layla Isis, Mariyah and Sira move to gypsy rhythms, undulating through live performances. During the spinning spectacular, Layla showcases the same fleet-footed prowess that landed her a role in Sex and the City 2 and a spot on Late Night with Conan O’Brien, though by that time, Conan had been successfully replaced with a snowman wearing a clown wig. An artist of the beautiful, she blends traditional belly dancing with her stunning reimagining of the Danse Serpentine—a medium created by Chicago native Loie Fuller and popularized in Paris in the late 19th century—with billowing reams of cloth and striking changes in light.

Due to the success of these performances, Drom's dancers have started to teach classes. On Saturday, before the night ramps up, the talented dancers twirl into classrooms to teach their art to curious students.

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