Before dancing, humanity was left with no way to blow off steam, impress blind dates, or distract children while pillaging their Halloween candy. Equip yourself with fancy footwork with today's Groupon: for $30, you get up to two months of unlimited dance classes at Dance Fever Studios in Brooklyn (up to a $110 value). Classes are progressive and intended to be taken consecutively, with new cycles starting every six to eight weeks. The next sessions begin the week of March 6.
Dance Fever Studios' instructors share their fleet-footed expertise with timid and trained two-steppers alike in a variety of dance styles, including Argentine tango, ballroom, and salsa. Classes take place over the course of six to eight weeks and are progressive in nature, meaning students should plan to attend the classes from beginning to end to not miss anything.
Take as many different styles as you wish to in the two-month period—help navels overcome stage fright during a belly-dancing class, or sneak your way into a high-society monster-truck show with steps learned during ballroom-dancing class. High-energy Latin cardio/Zumba classes help burn fat, and hustle classes teach students to shake their hips.
- Instructors are real attentive here, great pricing, and smaller class size. Also, the dance floor is alway [sic] so clean. So tired of going to these dance schools with an inch of dust on the floor. Great music too. – Debbie S., Insider Pages
- The instructors have years of experience and are attentive to the needs of every individual, teaching not just the steps but correct posture as well. – Steph R., Insider Pages
Dance Fever Studios
Professional dancer Francis Teri knows how to celebrate. He’s danced at Ziegfeld Theater for the party in honor of Dirty Dancing's 20th anniversary and at the 30th anniversary shindig for the iconic Saturday Night Fever. At Dance Fever Studios, he and a team of experienced dance instructors party down everyday, helping students hone specific footwork skills or nail the basics in beginner and intermediate classes. Attendees learn good timing and partner connection in beginner salsa, or how to pull off the waltz and foxtrot in ballroom dancing. During beginner and intermediate hustle classes, students learn how to do the basic dance step without disturbing the goldfish in their shoes.
3009 Ave. J
Brooklyn, New York 11210Get Directions