Dancing is a healthy way to physically connect to someone, preferable to giving them a painful bearhug or sewing your head onto their body. Get cheek-to-cheek with today’s Groupon to World Dance Co. Choose from the following options:
- For $25, you get two 60-minute dance classes for two people (a $56 value).
- For $40, you get four 60-minute dance classes for two people (a $96 value).
- For $60, you get eight 60-minute dance classes for two people (a $154 value).<p>
Classes are held at the World Dance Co. studios in Burnaby and Vancouver. All dance classes on the schedule are open to participants.
World Dance Co.’s team of instructors, which includes two-time World Cuban Salsa champion Diego Sanchez, teach amateur duos how to master moves in an eclectic range of dance classes including salsa and swing. Dancing teams can enroll in one of eight levels of salsa to master four different styles that, like the offerings at the UN’s food court, can combine Cuban, Colombian, and American influences. Dancers guide feet through sensuous steps during tango classes, and couples hold each other close in beginner bachata courses amid slow, romantic music. Swing classes transport pairs to the 1950’s to learn the lindy hop’s traditional East Coast–style steps and perform them entirely in black and white. World Dance Co. also serves as the residence of the Grupo America Latin dance team, whose professional dancers combine energetic routines with eye-catching costumes.
World Dance Co.
World Dance Co.'s team of instructors, which includes three-time World Cuban Salsa champion Diego Sanchez, teaches duos how to move during dance classes and dance-inspired fitness routines. The class lineup teems with ballroom boogies such as the argentine tango and folkloric dances from the Caribbean, and South America. Students can choose from classes ranging from salsa, bachata, tango, zouk, cumbia, swing, cha-cha, tap, musical theater, Afro-Cuban, Zumba, yoga, ballet, jazz, hip hop, and tap.
Adult students can master four different styles of salsa that may combine Cuban, Colombian, and American influences. Children's classes explore classical traditions such as ballet and modern innovations such as street-inspired jazz dancing. World Dance Co. also serves as the residence of the Grupo America Latin-dance team, whose professional dancers combine energetic routines with eye-catching costumes.