When you draw a crowd on the dance floor, it means you either possess awe-inspiring moves or are an ultra-dense quasar collapsing in on itself. Become a dance star with this Groupon.
Choose from Two Options
- $79 for a three-month membership with unlimited classes for one or two (a $300 value)
- $39 for two 45-minute private dance lessons and one group dance lesson for one or two (a $195 value)
Private dance lessons cover styles such as country western, ballroom, swing, or tango. They are paced according to the skill level of the students. Memberships unlock access to more than 50 dance classes per month. Group lessons include 5–30 participants. Click here for a class schedule.
Renowned dance coach Anthony Lewis, who’s mentored many nationally ranked clients, boasts several competition titles, as well as a fourth-place win at the World's Championships himself. His teaching experience spans the country, having overseen studios in Kentucky and California, and his staff of instructors emulates his star quality with their devotion and skill. Yet, for all of their impressive credentials, the teachers at Nashville Ballroom specialize in training adult beginners, deriving fulfillment from transforming two left feet into comfortable twirling tools.
As Nashville Ballroom’s students sashay through the studio's three-step schooling approach—composed of private lessons, group classes, and social practice—they can choose from more than 20 dance styles. Instructors stress that their setting is "not your grandma's ballroom," culling modern steps from Latin, swing, and country-western choreography. Though they do tutor such classical styles as the waltz and foxtrot, lessons typically focus on the modern techniques needed for nightclub outings and wedding receptions in the year 4012.
89% of 44 customers recommend
“Great atmosphere, wonderful instructors.”
“Donald was so patient and wonderful. A skilled dancer and teacher. Great place!”
“I would like to thank them for welcoming me. They have a beautiful facility and really nice people.”