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 $20, you get a 10-class card for Zumba (a $40 value) at Dance Amore in Enfield.
Dance Amore's staff of marble-sculpted fitness friends captivates toe-tappers of all ages and skill levels with rhythmic, full-body workouts. The Zumba fitness sessions form physiques with an hour of energetic, dance-focused exercise, designed to obliterate calories and perspiration phobias. Venerable adults can dabble in a mixture of merengue, cumbia, tango, and salsa in Dance Amore's one-hour Zumba Gold classes, and Saturday-morning Zumbatomic classes feature 45 minutes of hip-hop and Latin-style dance moves tailored for ages 4–12. Two large studios within Dance Amore⎯each eloquently based with harlequin floors⎯give dancers ample rug-cutting space while preventing vicious, finger-snapping dance offs. Choose from a schedule of classes offered throughout the week.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Mar 3, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 3 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Must redeem classes in full by 3/4/12. Subject to availability. Non-transferable. Tax not included. Not valid with other offers. May redeem across visits. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Dance Amore
Dance Amore's chief instructor Deborah Loomis has been performing for more than 20 years, boasting a resumè that includes acting, dancing, and singing with the Massachusetts Allstate Choir and taking to the stage as a female lead in Bye Bye Birdie. At Dance Amore, she puts this experience to use helping children and adults alike tap into their melodious side through an eclectic curriculum. Her dance classes cover tap, ballet, jazz, and hip-hop for different age groups atop Harlequin floors. She also translates choreography into calorie-busting workouts with Zumba programs. At sessions for toddlers, she encourages freeform movement and the development of motor skills, outlining dance's foremost basics, such as refraining from repeatedly hitting the speakers to find the music inside. Deborah guides pupils in the process of making their own music, as well. She oversees beginner's flute, piano, and voice lessons that set the stage for future practice. Parents and loved ones keep abreast of their children's progress by attending yearly recitals, where each student showcases their burgeoning talent.