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 megaprom. Achieve confident feet with today's Groupon: for $25, you get a private ballroom-dancing lesson for one or two people and admission to a social dance party at Dance Pizazz (up to a $74 value), located in St. Peters.
Dance Pizazz ignites people's inner dancing oomph with 45-minute private dance lessons and three-hour social dance parties. Dance-floor-cutting dreams can come true by scheduling a private lesson in which you and up to one other person can enjoy personalized ballroom-dance instruction without worrying about elegantly spinning into a murder of crows.
After developing a basic ballroom-dancing foundation, test out those newly calibrated feet at one of the social dance parties, where both lone wolves and coupled mallard ducks can feel equally comfortable. The dance party kicks off with an introductory refresher of popular ballroom dances and wraps up with two hours of social dancing, allowing enough time to execute at least three dozen properly timed grand jetés.
Dance Pizazz was featured on KSDK-TV.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Feb 21, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may purchase 3 additional as gifts. Reservation required. New customers only. Valid for a couple or single dancer. Must use in 1 visit. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Dance Pizazz
Dance Pizazz owner Nikki McElvain believes that dancing is not just a fun way to spend an evening, but a way to celebrate life. Boasting more than a decade of experience gracefully swirling across dance floors, she now shares her fancy footwork with patrons of all skill levels at her own studio. She invites teens, adults, and seniors to explore the dance styles of ballroom, Latin, and swing on the studio's floating dance floor, whose low-impact surface relieves feet and joints. Singles and couples hone their technique in group or private lessons, and newly-weds-to-be can prepare for their first dance in wedding-oriented programs. To simulate a real-world dance setting, Nikki turns on the studio’s LED nightclub lights and releases Richard Simmons for evening social dances, where students can gather to show off their newly learned moves.