$30 for Four Beginner's Irish Dancing Classes at Mayer School of Irish Dancing ($60 Value)

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In a Nutshell

Learn the basic footwork of traditional Irish dance at a school with more than three decades of teaching experience

The Fine Print

Expires 360 days after purchase. Limit 5 per person. Limit 1 per student. New dancers only. Registration required. Classes must be used by the same person. Only valid at listed location. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

The Deal

  • $30 for four beginner's Irish dance lessons (a $60 value)

Teachers instill a love of Irish dance in students with classes covering the basics.

Mayer School of Irish Dancing

Mary Mayer's career in Irish dancing started when she took her first lessons in Ireland while staying with her grandmother in the early '70s. She loved it so much that when she returned to Chicago, she—as well as her brother John—began taking lessons at a local Irish-dance school, where they danced with such people as Lord of the Dance creator Michael Flatley. Both Mary and John eventually starting placing at regional and national championships.

In 1980, they founded the Mayer School of Irish Dancing. It began in a basement with only five students—two of who were their younger brother and sister, Paul and Julie Mayer. These two followed in their older siblings' footsteps by placing in championships and even landing roles in Road to Perdition. Paul trained actress Jennifer Jason Leigh and danced with her in the film. Julie also trained many actors and performed alongside Paul Newman and Daniel Craig.

Though John has since retired, Mary continues to teach classes six days a week in Villa Park and Galena. Paul and Julie man two of the school's additional locations, which now span four states. Their students have placed in regional and national championships. Some have even traveled to Ireland to put their skills on display at the All-Ireland Championship and see if any snakes have found their way back yet.

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