Recent studies show that people who dance tend to possess above-average strength, endurance, and flexibility, as well as a significantly lower risk of getting served. Hone this vital skill with today’s Groupon to Allure Dance Studio. Choose from the following options:
- For $30, you get six group dance classes and a dance party (a $100 value). New clients only.
- For $45, you get two private dance lessons (a $150 value). New clients only.
- For $99, you get a private group dance class for up to 20 people and a dance party (up to a $315 value).
Allure offers a full schedule of 60-minute beginners' ballroom sessions in a studio equipped with a state-of-the-art floating dance floor and a premiere skip-free sound system. Clients can teach twitching toes how to foxtrot or hone in on the Argentine tango in anticipation of an upcoming bowling-league tour of Buenos Aires. The studio's fun and friendly instructors enliven even the somber samba. Pairs are welcome, but partners are not required, freeing up a fun space for all singletons and identical triplets. Students can put their newly learned moves on display at a two-hour dance practice party, complete with a free cocktail. Classes are limited to 25 twinkle-toed twirlers and taught progressively, so customers should be sure to call to reserve a spot.
Private lessons unite singles and couples with instructors in a one-on-one environment, allowing for individualized attention on the dance style of the student's choice. With the private group class, up to 20 friends partake in a half-hour cocktail mixer before learning how to waltz or groove to sultry Latin flavors, including merengue, salsa, and smoky mesquite.
Allure Dance Studio
It isn’t every day that student and teacher become partners in business, but that’s what happened after Robin Dickson took his first dance class with Matthew Gann. A friendship formed between Dickson, a special-event planner since the age of 17, and Gann, an award-winning ballroom dancer who already owned studios of his own. After realizing ways their backgrounds complemented each other, the two decided to open Allure Dance Studio.
Experienced dance instructors cultivate twinkle toes in private and group dance lessons across the studio’s sleek hardwood floor. Up to 25 students practice salsa, tango, or merengue rhythms in front of a wall of mirrors that display each student’s progress and most intimidating dance face. All students of Allure can practice what they’ve learned at various parties and events organized by the studio that provide a place where all types of dance can be performed and celebrated.