Take Advantage of an Introductory Private Lesson!
Romance is Better When You Dance!
Dear valued Trace customer,
In collaboration with Trace Physical Therapy, we want to offer all couples a special Valentine’s Day discount on introductory ballroom dance lessons during the month of February. This offer includes two, 30-minute private introductory dance sessions designed to introduce couples to a variety of partnership dance styles. Take your first introductory private lesson today with Fred Astaire Dance Studios and see how dance can transform your life!
- New Students Only
- No Experience Needed
- No Partner Needed
Ballroom Dance has SO many benefits!
Great Stress relief for All Ages
Ballroom dance is a fun activity for everyone – from children to senior citizens. Not only is it a great form of exercise, but it also reduces stress, and helps our bodies feel calm, happy and optimistic.
Improve Connection with Significant Other
When you dance you connect on a physical and emotional level. Dance is a form of non verbal communication that helps you better connect with your partner, understand them better, and feel close to each other.
Create a Sense of Community
Meet new people with shared interests in your community and establish new and fun relationships! Ballroom dance is a great way to make friends but at Fred Astaire we encourage and foster those relationships through group parties and fun events to keep our guests involved!
Increase Muscle Strength & Endurance
Ballroom dancing contributes to the build-up of muscle strength because the act of dancing forces a dancer’s muscles to resist their own body weight.
Burn Fat / Lose Weight / Increase Metabolism
Ballroom dancing is a low-impact aerobic activity that burns fat and can boost your metabolism. In just thirty minutes of dance, you can burn between 200-400 calories – that’s roughly the same amount as running or cycling!
A reputable ballroom dance class will typically begin with a few stretching exercises, to get you prepped to execute dance steps with comfort & ease, and to protect against dance-related injury. Beginner dancers especially will notice that the more you dance, the more flexibility and range of motion your body develops.