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What You'll Get
Dancing is the best way to wordlessly express inner emotions, next to painting self-portraits or becoming a mime. Refine nonverbal skills with today’s Groupon: for $49, you get a five-lesson introductory dance package at Beyond Ballroom (a $277 total value). The package includes:
- Three private lessons (a $79 value each)
- Two group lessons (a $20 value each)<p>
Veteran dance pro Wesley Crocker draws on 20 years of experience to school novice students in ballroom basics and help those with already-budding skills finesse their craft. Beyond Ballroom’s ample studio space allows rug cutters plenty of room to dip and twirl their way through lessons. While couples or solo dancers learn to fluently speak with the body language of a roller coaster, they can also tone legs and improve core strength and balance. Beyond Ballroom’s intimate classes contain 10 or fewer couples and are scheduled depending on demand, so ambitious toe soloists should call to book lessons well in advance of airport-security-line performance gigs.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Mar 5, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Limit 1 per visit per couple. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Beyond Ballroom
In his 20 years of experience, professional ballroom dancer Wesley Crocker has matched steps with champions. He has trained under seven-time ballroom world champions Bruno and Luann Collins, American-Rhythm champion Susie Thompson, and U.S. champion Cher Rutherford. Even with all of the high marks on his resumé, the title he covets most is "teacher."
Wesley hopes to translate his extensive background into lessons for students of all skill levels, which mainly focus on ballroom, Latin, and cabaret steps. He works to accommodate groups, couples, and individuals with a blend of private and public classes. Through his tutelage, he hopes to keep the art of dance alive and kicking as well as expose people to a more fun and effective way to fuse music with exercise than bench-pressing a flute.