Although honeybees instinctually communicate through dance, humans who attempt to do so without proper training risk insulting the queen or eating the wrong flowers. Hone buzz-worthy abilities with today’s Groupon to Savannah Ballroom Dancing. Choose from the following options:
- For $49, you get a ballroom-dance lesson package (a $150 total value). The package includes the following:
- Three 25-minute private lessons for two beginners (a $60 value)
- Two weeks of unlimited group lessons and dance parties (a $90 value)
- For $19, you get three group lessons for two (a $45 value).<p>
At Savannah Ballroom Dancing, budding rug-cutters ages 6–600 hone their graceful gliding in sessions ranging from introductory workshops to advanced tutelage in American and international styles. In the private novice sequence, student couples learn to trip the light fantastic without actually tripping, tapping into their inner Astaires with the personalized guidance of an experienced teacher. Dressed in breathable fashions and mobility-friendly shoes, dancers can then boost their confidence levels and build on the foundational moves they learned in private sessions during more complex group class routines and dance parties.
Savannah Ballroom Dance Studio
Alonzo Boschulte remembers his own stage fright when he guides beginning students onto the dance floor. With years of training, he grew from an amateur to a certified ballroom teacher and professional competitor registered with the National Dance Council. At Savannah Ballroom Dance Studio, he strives to echo this journey by transforming total novices into confident twirlers.
Lessons in more than 15 varieties of Latin and ballroom dance occupy the school's floor space. With pupils ranging in age from 6 to older than 80, the instructors stress the importance of mixing private, group, and practice classes to expose everyone to different dance scenarios. They also laud the fitness benefits of learning to dance, which hones one's sense of rhythm and muscular strength more safely than being at the bottom of a vertical conga line.