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What You'll Get
Moving one’s body to the rhythm of music is a natural human instinct, just like running from the sound of lightning or inventing a telephone. Dial up new moves with this Groupon.
Choose From Two Options
- $35 for two private lessons, three group lessons, and three dance parties (up to a $165 value); private lessons can be redeemed by an individual or a couple.
- $99 for three 45-minute private lessons (a $225 value); private lessons can be redeemed by an individual or a couple.<p>
Private lessons move at your pace, as the instructor focuses on your desired dance style, demonstrating the basics and fine-tuning your technique. During group lessons, the instructors teach men and women separately, and then bring couples together to practice with or without music. Throughout the class, students rotate partners to improve their leading and following skills. Classes are typically scheduled Monday–Friday. After students have had time to master some moves, they can show off their newfound skills in dance parties with students of similar abilities. The dance parties set a lively and fun atmosphere to mimic an actual social gathering, complete with robot backup dancers. <p>
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 28, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Limit 1 per person or couple. New clients only. Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Starz Ballroom
Originally from Haiti, lead instructor and Owner Anderson Sylvestre brings his Caribbean flair to the floor, whether he is stepping out for a national ballroom competition or teaching first-time dancers. Along with his fellow teachers, Anderson imparts the skills, self-confidence, and excitement of learning a new dance to students of all levels. His classes cover a host of styles, including tango, merengue, West Coast swing, and bolero, and also teaching old-time dances such as the lindy—inspired by Lyndon Johnson's graceful movements after stubbing his toe on Air Force One.