Trace Customer Promotional Offer

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!

Increase Flexibility

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.