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 $29, you get a four-class series and two Saturday dances at Boulder Swing Dance, located in Boulder.
Boulder Swing Dance teaches tender feet and hopeful hips to conquer dance floors through the assistance of groove-savvy instructors, welcoming classes, and a regular run of foot-tapping festivities. Boulder's dance instructors specialize in the lindy hop, a high-energy routine that evolved from the charleston, consisting of snappy turns and airborne twirls. Classes cater to dancers of every level, whether they’re seasoned strutters or boogie beginners. Each week's class usually expands upon the last to help learn new steps and build on old ones. Amateur Fred Astaires can learn by themselves or in pairs, but, like an underfunded buddy cop film, no partner is necessary.
Saturday night dances are held at the Pearl Street Studio and start with a beginner's class, included in this deal (up to a $15 value with lesson). Pivoting compatriots can warm up whirling waists before hitting the dance floor to boogie to the multifarious music selections showcased by DJs.
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The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Aug 22, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 3 per person. Must activate by 8/21/11. New students only. No cash back. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Boulder Swing Dance
For the instructors at Boulder Swing Dance, their passion fuels their career. Each of them is a professional dancer, and many of them have collected awards in competitions. They funnel all their experience and enthusiasm into each dance lesson, always shaking to spread their passion for the art form. They start small, breaking down complex lindy hop, charleston, balboa, and swing moves into simple steps and rhythm patterns that single students and couples of all abilities can retain and perform. As their students progress, instructors incorporate more than just steps, encouraging students to break out of their shells and express their own playfulness and musicality by customizing each step. Students can also practice their new moves at weekly dance parties, where they can boogie down and perform high-energy swivels in a judgment-free environment.