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Think of all the moments in life where being an excellent dancer could totally open doors for you. If only you had the skills taught at Firebeat Dancesport, you could show them off in a variety of social contexts, to your great benefit:
- Cutting in line at the amusement park normally garners scowls, but cutting in line while performing ballet pirouettes generates applause.
- At a job interview, your resume and cover letter make great lyrics to a song and jazz dance routine (punctuated with white-gloved jazz hands) that will surely get you hired.
- When getting mugged, a Beyoncé-inspired hip-hop dance routine actually doubles as a defense tactic: your bizarrely hypnotic pelvic motions entrance muggers and your steely hair serves as a mace-whip.
There’s so much cool stuff you’re going to be able to do, but first you have to learn the moves. Good thing today’s Groupon lets you do that for 56% off.
Today’s Groupon get you three group dance classes at Firebeat Dancesport, where you can learn the basics of international Latin dance. Firebeat’s hour-long Latin dance course teaches techniques common to all Latin ballroom dances (cha cha cha, salsa, mambo, merengue, lemon meringue, chocolate meringue, leather meringue, etc.) If you’re more the ballroom type, Firebeat’s heart-pumping aerobic ballroom course will burn your calories while you learn the jive. Or learn to foxtrot or waltz from Firebeat’s internationally trained instructors. You can drop in for any class at any time. Click here for complete class descriptions.
Firebeat Dancesport, which is on the third floor of an old firehouse that’s encased by a large Plexiglas dome, is a spacious studio with 1,000 square feet of state-of-the-art Canadian maple sprung wood floors. A sprung floor absorbs shocks, which means jumping is easier and dancing is less painful for the back and joints. Besides being comfortable, the studio is so finely decorated that you might not want to bother trying out your new moves in a ritzy ballroom. A black-and-white mural by a Boston University College of Fine Arts graduate divides the walls into negative and positive space that accentuate Firebeat’s unique architecture, and full-length mirrors stretch your moves to infinity.
One Yelper gave Firebeat a five-star rating:
- I have been taking lessons at this studio for a few months and the instruction is the best I have received in my 10 years of dancing. The personnel are warm and friendly and make you feel like you are part of a team. Highly recommend! – cheryl c.