What You'll Get
A dance class can teach anyone to move with grace through bee attacks, while getting served in front of a blind date, or during mega-prom. Achieve confident feet with today's Groupon: for $40, you get two private dance lessons ($60 each) and four group classes ($10 each, per person) for two people (a total $200 value) at Dance Louisville. This Groupon is only valid for new clients.
Owned by award-winning torso twister Brian Barakauskas and operated by a team of skillful staff, Dance Louisville's cutting-edge dance studio features a sound system that channels different music to different sections of the custom-built wood floor, whose highly polished surface is ideal for teaching both novice and veteran dancers. During two private dance lessons, first-time students can choose to learn the proper steps to any of the styles offered by this factory of foot finesse—including ballroom, salsa, Latin, swing, and country and western. The 60-minute sessions pair each budding dancer with an experienced professional. Along with the duo of private rounds, students get four group classes, which are held once weekly over a period of one month and are available in difficulty levels appropriate for both expert body movers and up-and-coming cavorters (instructor permission is required for advanced classes). Check the calendar for specific class schedules, slip on your finest non-stick shoes, and let today's Groupon transform your awkward shuffles into slickly executed slides.
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The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Aug 28, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiples as gifts. New clients only. Not valid for wedding dance lessons. Non-transferable. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Dance Louisville
After traveling the globe performing and racking up awards, world-champion dancer Brian Barakauskas returned to his native Louisville to pay homage to the city where he first learned to dance. At his studio, Dance Louisville, Barakauskas and his staff of professional instructors tap into their extensive dance backgrounds to help students reach their own dance goals, whether they want to compete professionally or simply learn a new salsa routine for an upcoming boardroom presentation. Pupils flit across a 2,400-square-foot floating dance floor during both private and group lessons as well as wedding-dance rehearsals.