Four Group Ballroom Dance Lessons for One or Two at Premiere Ballroom (Up to 51% Off)

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Dancing makes you feel free, like living off the grid or getting your taxes done good and early. Follow your heart with this Groupon.

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  • $25 for four weekly beginner's group ballroom dance lessons for one ($50 value)
  • $49 for four weekly group ballroom dance lessons for two ($100 value)

The Waltz: Turning Close Together

One foundational ballroom dance is the waltz. To learn why it might be steamier than you'd think, read Groupon's introduction.

The name waltz stems from the German word waltzen, which literally means “to turn, roll, or glide”—a fitting name for a dance characterized by frequent rotations and long, sliding movements. While performing this partnered ballroom routine, dancers hold their upper bodies taut as they move across the floor in fluid circumvolution, precisely rising and falling in 3/4 time.

Early-20th-century satirist H.L. Mencken observed that "the waltz never quite goes out of fashion; it is always just around the corner…” In fact, it has remained one of Western society's most enduring and beloved forms of ballroom dance since the mid-18th century. Though initially considered controversial for its close partner proximity, the dance gradually became a respected art form as it spread throughout England, France, the United States, and the rest of the world. Today, in addition to weddings, proms, and dance competitions, the waltz has made its way into gyms, where fitness gurus praise it for being a coordination-boosting form of aerobic exercise.

In a Nutshell

Friendly instructors teach groups to step and twirl through classic ballroom dance moves during 30-minute lessons

The Fine Print

Expires 90 days after purchase. One per person. May buy two additional as gifts. Appointment Required. 18 and Older. Must be used by same person. Must be used in one months time. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.