What You'll Get
Dance can express what words cannot, whether it's the triumphant joy in a football player's post-touchdown pirouette or the passionate tango used to notify roommates that the basement is flooding. Transmit tidings with twinkling toes thanks to today’s Groupon: for $20, you get one private dance lesson (a $60 value), one group class (a $20 value), and one dance party (a $20 value) at Art of Ballroom Dance Center, located on Montgomery Road.
Owner and Cincinnati Dancesport founder, Eleanor Lachman has been teaching fledgling fox trotters and seasoned salsaers for more than 25 years. Aspiring danseurs and danseuses can learn the fundamentals of dance, foot position, rhythm, timing, and leading or following during the dance center's customized, private lessons. The group classes, led by a skilled instructor, trained in the center's exclusive teaching method, gives students the opportunity to practice the basic steps of a variety of dances in a fun group setting. With this Groupon you can show off your dazzling new skills with one admission to an Art of Ballroom's dance party, offered nearly every Friday night.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jun 22, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Registration required. New clients only. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Art of Ballroom Dance Center
The instructors at Art of Ballroom Dance Center take a structured, personalized approach to imparting pupils and couples with dance-step savvy to prepare for parties and weddings. Using tiered dance programs, the center tracks student progress through multiple levels, beginning with the basic foot-position, rhythm, and timing lessons of the basic introductory program, and leading ultimately to the rigorous, competition-caliber moves of the Gold program. During private and group lessons, pupils tap toes in various styles such as salsa, Latin, and swing, and acquire rhythm through attentive instruction. Newly mastered skills spring into motion during dance parties, which let students practice steps in a social setting with multiple partners or a whole janitorial closet’s worth of mops.