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What You'll Get
The day is swiftly approaching when Nutcracker mice will descend from the heavens for a final Valentine's waltz before they see their dance-shadows and summon another six years of winter. Today's Groupon prepares you for the final fox trot with five group dance lessons for $25 at Crystal Ballroom Dance Studio (a $75 value).
As the only form of exercise proven to work your calf muscles, dance is a terrific way to liberate your inner rhythms, exorcise your stress tanks, and meet dance instructors. Named by Mercury News as the Best Dance Club of Silicon Valley in 2009, Crystal Dance Studio teaches dancers of all experience levels to unleash the potential hiding in their feet. Classes last 45 minutes and run every Wednesday at 7:45 p.m. Take all of the same class or try them all to diversify your ballroom skills. Classes are offered in salsa, cha-cha, swing, fox trot, tango, waltz, and rumba. Be sure to arrive early, as classes begin promptly at 7:45 p.m.
- Whether you want your wedding dance perfect, want to polish your salsa skills or fantasize about dancing with the stars, Crystal Ballroom is the place to start. – Mercury News
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jun 8, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Must use all classes by 6/7/2011. By appointment only; subject to availability. Not valid for dinner dance parties. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Crystal Ballroom Dance Studio
At her first ballroom-dance lesson, DeeLynn Fields learned, "If you can spell, you can dance." Working through tango steps, she stopped and unpacked t-a-n-g-o. By seeing the word for its individual parts, she reasoned that she could do the same with the dance. Soon after mastering each step, Fields felt them flow together, and a smile bloomed across her face.
That moment—when a student begins to grasp a dance and cracks a smirk—is what Fields lives for and now endeavors to cultivate at Crystal Ballroom Dance Studio. She and her fellow instructors teach beginning and intermediate-level dancers both smooth and Latin forms of ballroom dance, including tango, foxtrot, and other dance forms named after military lingo, and the team's expertise has garnered multiple awards, including a Best of Silicon Valley award from San Jose Mercury News in 2013 and 2015.