A ballerina's graceful balance is inspiring to aspiring dancers, captivating to houses of cards, and vexing to bulldozers razing cliffside condor habitats. Dwell on adroit appendages with today's Groupon: for $30, you get a six-class punch card valid for one-hour adult classes at Queens Dance Project in Bayside. To ensure the best results, all six classes must be used within six weeks of your first session.
The Queens Dance Project's workout-oriented adult classes cover the broad electromagnetic spectrum of dance, with a full schedule of ballet, yoga, tap, belly dance, Zumba, and ballroom classes. The Project's instructors create fun, energetic one-hour sessions by focusing on the energy and power of dance instead of the perfection of its movements. Blast your bod with high-speed hip-hop moves, whip up a bowl of body-salsa with the Latin-based dances in Zumba, or use classical techniques to tone legs and core with ballet or belly dancing sessions. You can also exercise your atrophied flirting muscles with a chair and feather boa during the coquettish cardio of Flirty Girl Fitness. No matter which style of body-movery you choose, you'll leave each class with fewer calories in your frame and greater verve in your pipe.
The bright, mirrored studio matches the professional shimmer of its invigorating instruction. Release pent-up rhythm and pirouette past your own physical inertia with today's Groupon to the Queens Dance Project. Call for a detailed calendar or to register for classes.
You must wear approved attire to each class. Classes are non-transferrable. Valid for adult classes only.
The Queens Dance Project gets a perfect five-star average from six Google Mappers:
- Both my daughter and son love dancing at QDP! The teachers are patient, kind, caring, encouraging and give each student the individual attention needed to be the best dancers that they can be. – jmswife898
- My girls love dancing here! They have grown so much as dancers and have also gained confidence. This studio has such caring teachers who are able to help the students reach their potential and then some. – scoobyilijp
Queens Dance Project
Queens Dance Project’s team of lifelong dancers coach students through workout-oriented dance routines. During the newly unveiled pole-dancing workshops, students build muscle tone while executing spins and tricks under dimmed studio lights. Alternatively, Zumba classes keep heart rates high by pairing hip-swiveling moves with Latin beats, and tap-dancing sessions teach students how to make it rain using just their shoes. Youngsters can also build coordination and confidence at the studio, which has an age-stratified youth program to nurture kids 2 years and older with mat work and musical instruments.
34-57 Francis Lewis Blvd.
Bayside, New York 11358Get Directions