What You'll Get
Properly cutting a rug can be a laborious process of measuring room dimensions, procuring carpet shears, and incurring the wrath of a neighbor when they discover you mangling their rug. Today's Groupon lets you skip over these formalities: for $20, you get a Popular Social 8 dance-class series at Daza Dance Ballroom Academy (a $50 value). Today's deal is valid at Daza Dance's locations in Johns Creek and Atlanta.
Daza Dance's team of award-winning dance instructors leads all levels of rhythmic steppers in an array of popular dance styles. The Popular Social 8 class is particularly recommended for beginners, as it includes four consecutive sessions covering the eight most popular styles of partnership dance—just the thing to get dancing feet up and moving after a long hibernation. Over the course of four weeks of 45-minute workshops, students cha-cha and salsa to Latin-inspired beats, navigate waltzes and tangos, and foxtrot without attracting the attention of nearby basset hounds. Popular Social 8 classes repeat each month, allowing customers to begin any time during the month, though dancers should choose either Tuesday or Friday classes (without mixing the two) to avoid curricular overlap. Check the schedule for upcoming classes and times, and review the frequently asked questions to prepare for class and to ensure you're properly shod.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 26, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Must be 18 or older. Must complete classes consecutively. New clients only. Non-transferable. May redeem across visits. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Daza Dance Ballroom Academy
A floating floor cushions heels at Daza Dance Ballroom Academy while overhead bulbs that shine like stars illuminate a flurry of foot tapping and twirling. Inside the spacious Buckhead studio, students set to work mastering the cha-cha in group classes, dipping a partner in private sessions, or choreographing a memorable first wedding dance. Professional instructors oversee lessons and participate in dance parties, which, unlike solitary-confinement cells, foster a social atmosphere to practice new moves.