Dance can express many human emotions: grief, fear, longing, and undeserved pride in your passable imitation of a swan. Take yourself for a spin with this Groupon.
- $22 for 5 group dance or Zumba classes (up to a $100 value)
Seasoned dancers lead groups of up to 20 students through the footwork, twirls, and techniques of a variety of dance styles, including salsa, ballroom, and bachata. Students do not need dance partners to participate. During Zumba sessions, they lead energetic workouts of Latin-dance-inspired movements as vibrant music booms. See the class schedule.
Though Salsa in the Suburbs Dance Studio sometimes features a discounted price online, this Groupon still offers the best deal available.
Salsa in the Suburbs Dance Studio
Julie Berger's memories are saturated with images of dancers— teachers who inspired her, students she worked with, and professionals she revered. Entranced by the beautiful and transformative art form, Julie practiced dance throughout her life, attending intensive dance programs, performing in competitions, and teaching at local dance centers. Julie discovered salsa dancing while studying in England, and she instantly fell in love with its sultry movements and lively steps. Determined to share the newfound style with others, Julie founded her own salsa-dancing studio.
At Salsa in the Suburbs Dance Studio, Julie and her staff of passionate dancers lead classes in a variety of styles, including salsa, ballroom, and belly dance. The instructors work with students of all levels, helping them master form, technique, and rhythms. The teachers also offer children's classes in ballet, tap, and Zumba, ideal for youngsters trying to be more active or hoping to include a lively dance section in their next chemistry presentation.
98% of 130 customers recommend
“Fun fun fun”
“This place is fabulous! Not too many studios cater to adults and have such a laid-back, fun and sexy approach to dance. They really know what they are doing here!”
“Sessions seem to start late because they run back to back. They could do better with more space, but the people seem great and the class was both enjoyable and strenuous.”