Pay R80 for two 1-hour modern dance lessons per week for one month at The Dance Workshop, valued at R400 (save 80%)

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In a Nutshell

  • Save 80% on two 1-hour modern dance lessons per week for one month
  • Total of eight lessons
  • Fun and entertaining
  • Get in shape and learn new moves
  • Ideal as a gift

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  • Valid for 6 months from 16 January 2012
  • Booking essential and subject to availability: 083 375 0682
  • Groupon issued and valid once deal closes
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Dance brings people together, makes parties more entertaining and everyone the chance to complete the Macarena without judgement. Shake your groove thing with today’s Groupon: two 1-hour modern dance classes per week for one month for R80 at The Dance Workshop.

If ever you’ve popped and locked, and then lost the key for several days, either you need a key-finding device, or your feet have the ability to mysteriously turn into two left ones every time you set your dancing wheels in motion. Remedy the situation with The Dance Workshop’s dancing instructors bearing more soul than a sock with a hole. Top of the pyramid with moves more smooth than Einstein’s receding hairline, the talented teachers will have you energized and grooving to new beats as soon as you set foot inside their trendy studios.

Taking all kinds of students under their wing, the modern dance masters cater to various types of feet in various types of dancing distress. Your bi-weekly lessons are a fun way to de-stress, exercise and energize, and have a good time while improving your physique. Regardless of whether or not your feet were both left to begin with, end results will spark toe-tingling sensations and rekindle love for your feet, hips and the art that is dance.

Foot-loose Fact: Behind the statues of the knights who say “Ni” are a bunch of sponges used to relax troubled feet. After nights of dancing in the streets of Brazil citizens retreat to behind the statues and dunk their feet into the spongy pools to relieve them of dance-related stress.
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