If one activity can fulfill your human desire to be fit, your human desire to create art, and your more human desire to generate massive electromagnetic storms through rhythmic motion, it's dance. With today's deal, join the perfect storm of dance at Dance Bethesda. For $50, you get eight group lessons at the Woodmont Avenue dance studio, a $104 value. Dance Bethesda offers lessons in styles ranging from ballroom, cha-cha, rumba, and more recent additions to the canon, such as the Cloverfield Stomp.
Prepare yourself for any upcoming weddings, dance contests, or auditions for roles in which your character has a familiarity with group dance lessons. Your Groupon lets you drop in on your choice of any eight scheduled classes. Classes are offered in the afternoons and evenings seven days a week in February for newcomers and more advanced students.
Choose between sessions such as newcomer's foxtrot and club swing, silver-level rumba, Latin basics, and dance café with Rosario. Check the schedule for upcoming months. Your expert teachers will make certain that you master your new moves and have fun in the process, unlike "self-defense" classes that pit students against toddlers. Dance Bethesda maintains a relaxing atmosphere in which friendly staff and sprung-maple dance floors keep students happy and steady on the Earth's surface.
On top of your eight drop-in credits, new clients always get a complimentary private lesson. Regardless of which classes you choose, you will not be required to sign any contracts with Dance Bethesda. This deal is good for first-time clients only.
Though Dance Bethesda is a new business, one Yelper gives it a perfect five stars:
- …[the owners] have created a truly welcoming and energized dance studio for all manner of dance. The new team is terrific, and they have all sorts of programs for both beginners (me) and advanced dancers. – Sue H.
Professional dancer Michael Rye mesmerizes students with his agile movements and 100% bona fide Australian accent. To help students become fluid in the language of ballroom and Latin dance, he works alongside a team of expert instructors to helm group and private lessons seven days a week. During lessons, they prepare students for regular social-dance parties where guests partner up with able-bodied peers to practice their moves and toe wrestle over who is going to lead. The seasoned two-steppers can also prep engaged couples for their big event with wedding-specific lessons. They devote Monday to Latin dance fitness and Thursday to west-coast swing. The studio features two floors laid with sprung maple for a softer feel on the dancers’ feet and robotic joints.
8227 Woodmont Ave.
Bethesda, Maryland 20814Get Directions