Although honeybees instinctually communicate through dance, humans who attempt to do so without proper training risk insulting the queen or eating the wrong flowers. Hone buzz-worthy abilities with today’s Groupon to Dance with Grace. Choose between the following options:
- For $180, you get a wedding-dance lesson package for two people (a $380 total value), which includes the following:
- Six hours of wedding-dance lessons (a $360 value)
- Two group lessons (a $20 value)<p>
- For $35, you get four one-hour, private dance lessons for one or two people (a $100 value).
Dance with Grace’s instructors avoid rigid form in favor of teaching new students the fundamentals of all rhythmic movements, helping them hold their own on any dance floor. Specialized wedding-dance lessons are open to the bride and groom or any other wedding-party pair, such as father and bride, mother and groom, or minister and organist. Teachers personalize lessons by first consulting with the couples to learn their dance goal and glean vital information such as chosen song and gown details. Afterward, group lessons let duos showcase their newfound talents in a supportive environment free of showboating Travoltas.
Alternatively, non-matrimonial private lessons invite one or two students into the studio to trip the light fantastic. Instructors work with pupils to design a curriculum that will match their individual goals and closets full of zoot suits, imparting fun moves and patterns great for crowded dance floors and instruction in requested styles, such as Latin, ballroom, and swing. The studio books private lessons from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday–Friday and on Saturdays by appointment.
Dance with Grace
After taking home a trophy from the prestigious Ohio Star Ball, award-winning ballroom dancer John Gividen decided to help others twirl confidently with other light trippers. At Dance with Grace, he helms a team of National Dance Council of America–certified instructors who dance guests of all skill levels toward proficiency in international and American styles of dance, including the Viennese waltz, paso doble, jive, and West Coast swing. Instructors customize each lesson while concentrating on partnering skills, instead of rote footwork, leaving students with the ability to seamlessly drift between partners and dance styles. They also help couples prepare for their wedding dance so they can confidently perform elegant twirls and effortlessly pull off their first couples kick line.