The ability to interpret rhythm is essential to leading a fulfilling life, from enjoying music on the radio to convincing people queued in a grocery checkout to join a conga line. Lead the way with today’s Groupon to Infuzion in Durham. Choose from the following options:
- For $55, you get four half-hour trial music or voice lessons (up to a $128 value).
- For $25, you get four one-hour drop-in adult (age 13+) dance classes (a $56 value).
- For $15, you get ten one-hour Zumba classes (a $60 value).<p>
Musicians and moving bodies young and old fill Infuzion’s fitness and rehearsal spaces to learn performance skills or get in shape with guidance from a faculty of experienced coaches. A wealth of university-trained instructors prepares future virtuosos to grace the stage with private music lessons in a cornucopia of melody makers, including the piano, guitar, drums, brass, woodwinds, voice, and ice-cream truck. Students enjoy the flexibility of trial lessons without having to commit to regular lessons from the same teacher at the same time every week. More than 20 sound-treated practice rooms keep sound waves from escaping lessons and polluting serene surroundings, where families comfortably rest in waiting areas equipped with free WiFi.
Dance classes stimulate the limbs in ballet, belly dance, jazz, salsa, or modern choreography, starting with basic routines and working up to advanced-level movements normally used by spies to communicate messages via tango. During Zumba classes, students fuse aerobic dance moves with resistance training set to a Latin beat for a fun workout designed to get the heart pumping and burn calories. All dance and music students 18 and older and parents of younger students will also receive a one-month gym membership to use the cardio and resistance equipment in Infuzion’s fitness center. All registration fees are waived for the duration of the Groupon classes as well as moving forward if students choose to enroll after using their Groupon.
Miriam Catron discovered a way to combine her love of music and athleticism—in 1997, she created Infuzion, a family-friendly center dedicated to art in all its aspects that furnishes interactive opportunities in music, theater, dance, and martial arts. Miriam selects enthusiastic and impeccably trained teachers to help students to thrive in their chosen field of study, whether they’re wielding a viola, executing a high kick, or performing a monologue on the secret lives of monologists. To round out the center's skill-instilling potential, a fitness studio hones able bodies with its arsenal of workout machines and spacious aerobics rooms that pulsate with a thunderous sound system to give soul shakers a reason to boogie outside one’s bedroom confines.