Eight Weeks of Mommy & Me Dance Classes for One or Two Kids at Princeton Dance & Theater Studio (Up to 59% Off)

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In a Nutshell

Accompanied by a parent or guardian, dancers ages 2–3 learn how to twirl and twist in 30-minute classes

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Promotional value expires 180 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Registration required. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Valid only for option purchased. Offer is good for one class per week. Classes are offered on Mondays & Tuesdays 3:30-4:00pm, Thursdays 11:15am-11:45am, and Saturdays 8:30am-9am. Children must be between the ages of 2-3. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Choose Between Two Options

  • $59 for eight weeks of Mommy & Me dance classes for one child ($120 value)
  • $99 for eight weeks of Mommy & Me dance classes for two children ($240 value)

Class size is generally kept small (around 15 participants) to ensure personal attention. Sessions run every eight weeks or so, depending on holidays. Dancers must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. For more information, see the Dance With Me section here.

Ballet Slippers: Training for the Toes

Ballerinas exude grace from the toe up, thanks to their special footwear. Before you point your toes, check out Groupon’s overview to make sure the shoe fits the dance.

Most ballerinas dream of gliding effortlessly across a stage on the very tips of their toes, but they all step into their first ballet class with their feet flat on the ground. Before a dancer can rise up on her first pair of toe shoes (which generally happens around age 12 after years of classes and levitation spells) she must train in simple ballet slippers. The thin, flexible footwear allows dancers to memorize the feeling of their feet on the floor as they learn to form the correct movements and build up muscle strength. The slippers’ suede soles give dancers more traction than socks, but allow much more glide than bare feet.

There are two main factors to consider when shopping for ballet slippers: material and sole type. Delicate satin slippers may look lovely, but they’re usually reserved for special performances, since satin is neither stretchy nor durable enough for everyday use. Some dancers start with slippers made of canvas, as these shoes are durable, comfortable, and affordable, though many prefer the rigidity of leather—thought to increase foot strength—despite its higher price tag. The next choice is between full soles and split soles. Split soles, which separate the heel and toe area, provide more flexibility for pointed feet. However, beginning dancers often opt for full soles, which stretch from toe to heel and provide more resistance, building up strength with every flex of the foot.

No matter what slipper you choose, it should fit your foot like a glove or thumbless mitten, so that your toes can sit flat with no extra room at the tip. Before your first class, it’s a good idea to call ahead and ask what shoes would be appropriate to wear. The instructor may be able to suggest a few brands, or even tell you the color of shoe that the studio prefers.

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