Shakespeare once called music "the food of love," which would make dance the versatile spork capable of chopping rhythms into easily digestible pieces. Learn to cut a rug with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $60 for a six-week, basic couples dance course with up to 12 hours of additional lessons, space permitting (a $150 value)
- $32 for a six-week, basic individual dance course with up to 12 hours of additional lessons, space permitting (a $75 value)
Group dance classes meet three days a week at three different locations that each offer a trifecta of course levels centered on ballroom and Latin dance styles. Basic courses on swing, waltz, and salsa precede more practiced lessons on tango, salsa, rumba, and waltz, and level 3 cha-cha seminars teach advanced steps and twirls. Though class sizes may vary, classes can accommodate up to 100 students, and the school enlists additional instructors as needed. Students are free to mix and match class dates and locales depending on their schedules, and all pupils can attend 12 hours of class outside of their six-week program for extra practice (space permitting). New classes begin at 6:30 p.m. on January 7, 9, and 10.
Walk In Dance Out
In his half-century-long career as a dance instructor, Lou Schreiber has taught more than 50,000 students the art of turning heads on the ballroom floor. His passion for acquainting students with their inner sense of rhythm led to a position as master trainer of dance instructors during an eight-year stint at Arthur Murray Dance Studios, after which Lou launched his own dance school: Walk In Dance Out. From his school's three locations, he leads students in waltz, swing, Latin, and disco styles with boundless energy and humor, channeling the expertise that has served him well at national competitions and spinning contests against the earth itself.
Lou's step-by-step teaching methods put pupils of all ages at ease, whether they are attending group or private lessons. Other instructors might drop in to assist Lou in choreographing west coast swing performances and personalized wedding-day routines, showing brides how to use their dress's train as a cushion while they do the worm.