Moving one’s body to the rhythm of music is a natural human instinct, just like running from the sound of lightning or inventing a telephone. Dial up new moves with this Groupon.
Choose From Three Options
- $19 for one month of unlimited dance classes (a $325 value)
- $49 for three months of unlimited dance classes (a $975 value)
- $69 for six months of unlimited dance classes and one 30-minute private dance lesson (a $2,012.50 value)<p>
During group classes, students of all skill levels shimmy through interactive sessions such as international samba, salsa/mambo, and swing/lindy helmed by professional dance instructors. Each class rotates through a four-week cycle; students can enter All Level classes at any time, and specific levels during the first two weeks of the cycle.
Paul Pellicoro's DanceSport
Choreographing the much-beloved tango scene in Scent of a Woman is a shining point on anyone's resumé. For Paul Pellicoro, it is one of many distinctions awarded to him and his staff of professional dance instructors at DanceSport, the go-to studio for Latin and ballroom dance. Their choreography and performance work has graced the diverse sound and theater stages of The Today Show, A River Runs Through It, and the Harlem Jazz Dance Festival, among many others. Their lessons have benefited Chris Cuomo and Good Morning America anchors Diane Sawyer and Robin Roberts.
Rousing group classes take place across nine air-conditioned studios, each one outfitted with a wood-sprung floor carved from an oak tree wearing a tutu. Whether leading these sessions, helping couples prepare their wedding dance, or contributing to charitable causes such as Gilda's Club, Big Brothers Big Sisters, or Night For Niños, DanceSport's sure-footed staff flourishes with skill, patience, and compassion.
What some people are buzzing about:
94% of 325 customers recommend
“We had a great experience.”
“Take every class you can, you never know what you're gonna love.”
“Well organized, great staff - ignore some of the confused-and-snotty dancers, but everyone else is great!”