Nashville Ballroom Coupons and Deals
When you draw a crowd on the dance floor, it means you either possess awe-inspiring moves or are an ultra-dense quasar collapsing in on itself. Become a dance star with this Groupon. Choose from Two Options $79 for a three-month membership with unlimited classes for one or two (a $300 value) $39 for two 45-minute private dance lessons and one group dance lesson for one or two (a $195 value) Private dance lessons cover styles such as country western, ballroom, swing, or tango. They are paced according to the skill level of the students. Memberships unlock access to more than ...
From salsa and swing to waltz and country western, Nashville Ballroom teaches modern, popular styles that will have you spinning across the dance floor, so visit this contemporary social dance studio on Second Avenue South: • $29 ($65 value) for one month of unlimited group classes • $89 ($195 value) for three months of unlimited group classes • $195 ($390 value) for six months of unlimited group classes • Group dance lessons generally range from 5 to 30 students • No need to bring a partner, as everyone rotates to practice the moves Want more? Check out Nashville Ballroom on Facebook.
TWO LEFT FEET Quit looking like a fool on the dance floor—and no, we don't want to see your moonwalk. Nashville Ballroom teaches the art of today's most popular and graceful dance styles. Rock and roll meets a relaxing and cozy atmosphere with a dose of southern charm at this top-notch studio. Director Anthony Lewis began his career in 1995 and has won awards and competition titles as well as top teacher awards. Lewis strives to make everyone feel right at home whether they're a honky-tonker or a Latin club lover. Morning, afternoon and evening classes are available. You've been blessed by the grace of Southern charm. Now dance like you got some sense. TRIVIA Quickstep dancing can burn up to 500 to 700 calories an hour. Dancing has been proven to improve relationships since it relieves stress and both people have to learn to trust and respect each other. Your mind is getting a workout while you're grooving, since listening to music gives you a better verbal fluency while stimulating your cognitive output.