Learning to dance properly is the best way to avoid being seen in public with the person dancing clumsily in your bedroom mirror. Save yourself from future internal self-deprecating jokes with today’s Groupon: for $60, you get 10 dance classes (a $130 value) at Intrigue Dance and Performing Arts Center, located a few blocks off the Roosevelt El stop in the South Loop (a $130 value). This Groupon may also be used for two months of kids' classes (new students only for one class per week, a $160 value).
Intrigue Dance's variety of dance styles for adults will happify even the most seasonally affected feet. Salsa dancing communicates with would-be Latin lovers in a language that doesn't involve pluperfect subjunctives, and a tap-dancing class allows for an exquisite revenge on party-hearty downstairs neighbors. If ballet, jazz, hip-hop, and others don't leave you sufficiently breathless, try a workout class such as Pilates, stretch and strength, or cardio striptease. Classes are offered at all levels, from novice (no experience) to advanced (five years or more). Check out Intrigue's schedule for dance-class descriptions and times, with many starting at the work-friendly hours of 6:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.
The friendly instructors at Intrigue Dance are experienced and patient, and will help you overcome the stifling force of gravity and self-consciousness via one-on-one attention. Use today's Groupon to gear up for the physical-challenge portion of next week's trivia night.
Once you redeem your Groupon, you must use all 10 dance classes within a three-month period. For returning child students, this Groupon may be used to pay for your recital/costume fee (normally a $140 value).
Yelpers give Intrigue Dance an average of 4.5 stars:
- It was a very small class with only 2 of us plus the instructor which was nice. Definitely more one on one attention and the class moves at a faster pace with less students. – linda n.
- Studio space is a good [sic] and sound system was good as well. I took the beginner/intermediat e [sic] ballet class with Pia (the owner who is so friendly!) and there were only 2 other people in the class. Pia gave lots of personal attention and I had a GREAT workout in the hour long class. I will definitely go back and have been telling my dancer friends about the studio as well! – Robyn T.
Intrigue Dance and Performing Arts Center
As a child, Pia Hamilton danced as Min on the children’s TV show Barney and Friends. Nowadays, she continues to showcase her love of dance at Intrigue Dance and Performing Arts Center, an all-ages studio she co-owns with her husband, actor Dustin Hamilton. The camera-seasoned duo has opened a spacious new facility that houses three dance studios, offering classes such as ballet, jazz, tap, and hip-hop. They also host musical-theater classes that impart genre-specific dance tips, such as never to dance directly in front of Annie. They accommodate multiple skill levels, introducing both kids and adults to the world of dance.
1234 S Michigan Ave.
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