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What You'll Get
A great dancer, like a great magician, possesses incomparable dexterity, cat-like reflexes, and the ability to pull a rabbit out of his or her tutu. Learn to show off show-stopping tricks with today's Groupon: for $39, you get a one-month membership or a 10-class card good for dance and boot-camp classes at iDance Studios (up to a $150 value). Choose between the following locations: Langley or Port Coquitlam, which is scheduled to open at the beginning of August.
iDance Studios is a rhythmic retreat for dance enthusiasts and toe-tapping novices looking for a fun and engaging fitness alternative. Today's Groupon is good for dance classes, workshops, and the Dancer's Body boot camp led by energetic instructors. The body-shaking classes at both the Langley and the Port Coquitlam studios include a variety of contemporary and anticontemporary dance styles, such as belly dancing, jazz, burlesque, and Bollywood. For a more specialized groove session, workshops offer themed classes, inspired by Glee, Chicago, Nine, Flashdance, and the Black Eyed Peas' flash-mob routine, complete with spandex pea costumes and realistic bruise makeup. Check out upcoming workshops at the Langley location, and check the website for the Port Coquitlam location workshops.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Dec 31, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1/person, may buy add'l as gifts. Must activate by 12/30/11. Unlimited pass expires 1 mo from activation; 10-class card expires 3 mo from activation. Valid only for location purchased. Subj to avail. Not valid for Zumba. Valid only for new members or inactive members w/o class card or membership. Must sign waiver. Must be 16+. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
Frustrated with the often intimidating and unwelcoming atmosphere afforded to nonprofessional dancers in dance classes, Jane Stevens founded iDance. Jane designed her studio to be fitness-oriented and engage people from a variety of backgrounds. Five years later, Jane upholds her original goals of egalitarian dance both by employing a team of friendly and motivating instructors and by offering classes that cater to pupils of all abilities. Hints of Jane’s background as both a skilled dancer and dedicated group-fitness instructor can be found in the studio as instructors lead classes ranging from traditional movement methods such as ballet and jazz to classes that fuse fitness and dance including cardio salsa, yoga dance, and underwater hokey pokey.