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5 or 10 Dance Classes, Choice of R&B, Two-Step, or Swing at High Steppers Dance Troupe (Up to 34% Off)

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Instructors teach urbanized Houston two-step or swing dancing set to R&B music for all skill levels

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ANITURA
1 ratings1 reviews
August 17, 2017
Wonderful meeting new people each time we go. This started out as an anniversary present for my husband, but, now it has turned into a regular routine for us. We can cross that one off of our bucket list now:)
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kathy
1 ratings1 reviews
February 22, 2017
Great group of people. Very welcoming. One on one attention.
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EricaTOP REVIEWER
13 ratings7 reviews
February 2, 2017
I love this class!!! The instructors are very professional and patient. I love the music. It's for the grown and sexy.
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Missy
1 ratings1 reviews
September 17, 2016
Great class. I will take swing next.
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Josue
5 ratings3 reviews
September 1, 2016
Great teacher, explains and demonstrates well. Ready to go back for more classes.
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LindaTOP REVIEWER
12 ratings10 reviews
February 14, 2018
1st Dance Class ever I picked up the basics during the 1st class! Teaching style is awesome Nice group of friendly people So glad I got in on this deal
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KiaTOP REVIEWER
26 ratings6 reviews
February 15, 2018
The instructors are very welcoming. The atmosphere is nice and makes learning easier. It's a great place to learn dance.
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AmyTOP REVIEWER
15 ratings9 reviews
February 15, 2018
Everyone was very friendly and welcoming. I had a great time. They even locked in my membership at the groupon price so I could continue. I would recommend this to everyone!!
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About This Deal

Choice of:

  • 5 Dance Classes, Choice of R&B, Two-Step, or Swing
  • 10 Dance Classes, Choice of R&B, Two-Step, or Swing

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Promotional value expires 90 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 3 additional as gift(s). Valid only for option purchased. Voucher is non-transferable. All goods or services must be used by the same person. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About High Steppers Dance Troupe LLC

When Henry Harvey went to the University of Houston in 1975, he realized the dance moves he'd picked up at high school in Fort Worth were more valuable than he thought. In fact, he gave lessons to new people in the area who wanted to fit in on the dance floor. Years later, his wife decided they should start dancing together. "I went to dance class and found out they were doing the same things I was 10 years before," he said. Taking stock of his management abilities and previous dance experience, he realized he had the opportunity to be successful, so he brushed up his skills and founded High Steppers Dance Troupe LLC in 2007.

At locations throughout the area, Harvey and his team of instructors teach the hot urban Houston two-step, as well as swing-out dancing. The dances are set to cool urban R&B tunes and neo-soul grooves and help participants release the seductive strut or smooth swagger they've kept bottled up. Instead of duct taping themselves to a good dancer in the club and letting them do all the work, students can be confident in their ability to finally know what they're doing on the dance floor.

Harvey claims that his students, many of who are aged 40 and older, come not only for the improved skills that come from dancing for two hours, but also for the atmosphere, which he calls "very upbeat and very festive." His dance classes can also act as a stress reliever after a long day at work. "They get into dance class and they're rejuvenated," Harvey says.

In addition to dance lessons, the group takes charter buses on regional trips and hosts two to three showcases per year, where students regale audiences with a synchronized dance routine. At their social dances, a DJ spins tunes as students get the chance to put their lessons into practice and leave behind their days of doing the worm shyly on the dance-floor sidelines.