Before dance was identified as an effective workout routine, it was believed to be useful only for stamping down dirt floors in barns and avoiding falling hail. Give new meaning to your feet’s lives with today’s Groupon to Centre for Dance. Choose from the following options:
- For $25, you get a 5-class punch card for adults (a $75 value). Click here for a list of valid classes and times.
- For $45, you get a 10-class punch card for adults (a $140 value). Click here for a list of valid classes and times.
- For $25, you get a kids’ dance package (a $90 total value), which includes:
- Registration (a $25 value)
- Four kids’ classes once a week for a month (a $65 value)<p>
Featured in DallasChild magazine and WFAA Channel 8’s Good Morning Texas, Centre for Dance earns local laud by shaping up bodies in upbeat, one-hour dance-themed classes. The talented staff, including a primary dancer in the Black Eyed Peas’ 2011 Superbowl Halftime show, leads adults through fitness classes such as Latin-music-filled Zumba sessions that inspire more bouncing than a kangaroo wearing a pair of slinkies. Learn Hatha breathing techniques in a yoga class, or expressive jazz- and ballet-inspired movements in Jazz/Contemporary classes. Ladies strengthen core muscles in Hip Hop Heels, a blend of street-dance moves that, as demonstrated by KDFW Fox 4’s Fiona Gorostiza, tone calves with the option to workout in high heels, a privilege typically enjoyed only by mannequins during department-store lock-ins.
Alternatively, Centre for Dance’s engaging instructors can inspire kids age 18 months–17 years to get moving and hone fine or gross motor skills during any scheduled children’s class. Toddlers develop coordination and listening skills in the Creative Movement class, and older youths learn the basics of ballet, tap, jazz, and tumbling in the Elementary Combo class, preparing tiny hoofers for schoolyard dance-offs and boardroom barre presentations.
Centre for Dance
Susan Armijo’s first dance moves came when she was 18 months old. Since those humble beginnings, her skills have advanced considerably. She is now proficient in an array of styles—tap, jazz, ballet, hip-hop, and salsa, to name a few—and even danced on the field of Cowboys Stadium during the Thanksgiving halftime show in 2011. Today, she is the owner and artistic director of Centre for Dance, where she and her highly credentialed staff teach the next generation with dance classes for students as young as 18 months old. Creative-movement classes help toddlers master motor skills and jazz-drill classes introduce teens to classic 20th-century moves. The team also leads hip-hop classes for all ages, helping students bust moves funkier than Gene Kelly’s guest appearance on Soul Train.
7517 Campbell Rd.
Dallas, Texas 75248