A quick study in graceful movement, Peter Gelzhinsky competed in the finals at the USA National Dance Championship just three years after taking up the craft. Parlaying his quick learning into effective teaching methods, Peter now leads hot-footed hopefuls through lessons that cover such social ballroom dances as merengue, cha-cha, and the hustle. Students can also breakdance to the thumping beats of hip-hop classes, or sashay with a provided partner through the salsa-like steps of the bachata. Many students enlist in Star Dance School’s lessons in preparation for a wedding or the grand opening of a laundromat with a dance floor.
You'll get five adult group lessons, which convene in the evenings several times a week (click here to see the Boston schedule and here to see the North schedule). Schedule a ballet, jazz, or tap class to pick up where you left off twinkling your childhood toes, or start learning ballroom dance; it's easier to stay motivated and appreciate classical dance techniques as an adult, when waning Cinderella-fascination is compensated for by the twin feet of patience and discipline.
Think of all the moments in life where being an excellent dancer could totally open doors for you. If only you had the skills taught at Firebeat Dancesport, you could show them off in a variety of social contexts, to your great benefit:
Master dance moves that don’t involve mimicking sprinklers, teen wolves, or robots with today’s Groupon. For $25, you get six dance classes at The Studio: A Dance Center for Adults in Brookline’s Coolidge Center (a $90 value). Your Groupon is good for any combination of ballet, jazz, modern, and tap classes but cannot be used for the Lambada, the forbidden dance, or the Sneaky Elbow, the really forbidden dance. Buy two Groupons, and get 12 classes for yourself.