Dancing is one of the oldest forms of courting a partner, alongside writing their name in burning crops and rescuing them from Hades by hiding inside a pomegranate. Meet your match with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $10 for 10 group dance classes (a $100 value)
- $15 for 20 group dance classes (a $200 value)
- $29 for two private lessons and 10 group dance classes for two people (a $200 value)<p>
Guests receive instruction in rumba, swing, salsa, foxtrot, waltz, and cha-cha. During group lessons, three to five instructors introduce dancers to basic steps and techniques as they gracefully twirl across the dance floor. Monday-night classes loosen up dancers with the cha-cha and rumba. Tuesday-night group lessons alternate between the waltz and tango, letting dancers fine-tune new moves alongside fellow students. Wednesday ends the dance week with up-tempo swing and sultry salsa sessions.<p>
Champion Latin and Ballroom Dance
Sterling Burroughs, the National Dance Council of America-certified dance champion behind Planet Ballroom International, has been teaching dance for more than 25 years. His impressive teaching career includes 14 Freddie Awards and more than 150 regional and national awards from the Fred Astaire Studio organization. He has trained several award-winning performers in many styles. Now, Sterling leads a team of instructors in teaching these acclaimed techniques to budding dancers of all ages and skill levels. Students learn to gracefully twirl and twist through Latin and ballroom dances such as the rumba, East Coast swing, and the foxtrot. During group and private lessons, instructors help students communicate through movement, from the long, yearning strides of the tango to the slight adjustments to falling powdered wigs performed during the Viennese waltz.
97% of 31 customers recommend
“EXCELLENT class with terrific instructor!”
“Excellent instruction, my husband accually liked it.”
“The teachers are good, friendly, funny and teach in an easy to understand way. I am enjoying the classes.”