Four or Eight Weeks of Classes at Yvette Dance Studio (Up to 73% Off)

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$86 71% $61
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In a Nutshell

Instructors teach ballet, tap, jazz, and fitness dance classes in the day and evening

The Fine Print

Expires 30 days after purchase. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Valid only for option purchased. Limit 1 per visit. Must activate voucher within 1 month or purchase. Reservation required. Valid for new clients only. Must wear proper dance attire. Classes must be used consecutively. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Dancing is the second-best way to let the body do the talking, just short of being born with a mouth in your bellybutton. Speak from the feet with this Groupon.

Choose Between Two Options

  • $25 for four weeks of dance classes (an $86 value)
  • $39 for eight weeks of dance classes (a $147 value)

The schedule includes adult classes in tap, ballet, jazz, and fitness dance.

Yvette Dance Studio

Debbie Coury was a child when she began dancing at Yvette Dance Studio. The passion cultivated in that community-focused studio catapulted her career, as she went on to dance on Broadway and in Atlantic City. Though she had a taste for the glamour of a big production, she was thrilled to return back to Yvette studio, which began as a focused training program in 1954, as head instructor. She has recruited professional dancers and certified-fitness instructors, along with guest Broadway dancers and choreographers to train children aged 3 or older and adults alike in dance fundamentals. Whether classical and barre ballet, tap, or jazz-funk hip-hop, they frequently incorporate character and lyrical work to familiarize students with all the elements of performing onstage and stomping out Morse-code commands to the band conductor.

In lieu of recitals, instructors dance alongside their youngest students in dance demonstrations, where students show their parents what they've learned without the pressure of performance or lights and makeup. Older children work out new techniques in front of judges for regular testing and receive specific feedback to foster a sense of accomplishment. With instruction spanning nearly 60 years, many former dancers now bring their own children to studio classes held in the original private home, a building that now hosts three private studios. Additionally, many former dancers have employed their movement skills to join companies such as the Rockettes, Alvin Ailey, and Geoffrey Ballet.

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