What You'll Get
Dance began when words failed to convey the joy man felt upon receiving his first chest hair from Sasquatch. Celebrate the gift of giving through dance with today’s Groupon for Slyde Dance Sport. Choose from the following shimmy options:
• For $39, you get a six-week beginner dance class (an $85 value).
• For $29, you get an hour-long private dance lesson for an individual or a couple (a $65 value).
Dance instructors James Lyndon and Edie Nemeth demonstrate skillful steps and a light-hearted attitude with every aspiring dancer who comes waltzing or jitterbugging through their open doors. Beginner dance classes familiarize foot stompers with a number of basic beats, including cha cha, rumba, salsa, Argentine tango, and waltz, in order to build the groundwork for future high-stakes dance battles. Private lessons foreground individual attention, so solo or duo hand jivers can set the hour-long lesson in accordance with their schedule, choosing the kind of dance they’d like to perform and setting the pace at their own comfort level. Slyde Dance Sport’s instructors can come to you, provided your dancemosphere is within the London area, and individual lessons are ideal for learning special-event choreography for winter-solstice clogging competitions. And, as the most innovative dance moves are often accomplished with controlled arm flails and unexpected turbo kicks, participants are more than welcome to attend these classes solo.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Dec 27, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Subject to availability. New clients only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Slyde Studios
Dance instructor James Lyndon preaches a simple, passionate philosophy about dance: break all your own rules, own the dance floor you inhabit, and let yourself go. James gives students the skills and self-confidence to dance free of inhibition. First-timers share the dance floor with more experienced students as instructors shed light on the rhythm and moves behind the salsa, hustle, samba, or cha-cha. James and his fellow teacher emphasize techniques and basics and offer specialized intensive classes and wedding-dance choreography.