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Viva Dance Studios
$59 for Eight Weeks of Beginner Ballroom Dancing Classes (value $120)
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- Put your New Year’s resolution of learning something new into gear with this deal.
- Grab eight weeks of beginner ballroom dancing classes at Viva Latino! Dance Studios, for only $59.
- Running from Monday 14th January 2013 at 7.30pm until March 4th.
- Great way to have fun and get fit at the same time.
Dancing – the art of co-ordination, balance and finesse. We all show off these skills daily, whether it's crossing the road at a busy intersection, or when cooking with several people in a tiny kitchen or after a recent promotion at work.
Put those skills to the test and learn the art of ballroom dance. Grab eight weeks of beginner ballroom dancing classes at Viva Latino! Dance Studios, for only $59.
Discover your hidden dance talent, and enjoy the fun of learning the art of ballroom. The ballroom classes specialise in giving you a taste of the most popular dances so you will be able to take to the dance floor in style in no time. Learn the basics of the foxtrot, rock and roll, waltz and cha-cha-cha. Ballroom teachers Raewyn and Paul Saunders love helping people to discover the joys of ballroom, so if you want to find out for yourself, just come along and get your feet moving.
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