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Review - Groove Dance Studio

Groove Dance Studio @ Suntec City
Address: 3 Temasek Boulevard, Suntec City Tower 3, #03-29 C/D/E, Singapore 038983

7 weeks ago, I posted that I was going to learn dance at Groove. And time passed so fast, lessons ended last week! I had no background in dancing even though I wanted to learn dance since like forever. The chance came when I saw Groupon's offer for Groove: $48 for 6 lessons. It was affordable so I got YL to join the classes with me :)I love the small cosy studio which is conveniently located at Suntec City. The environment is clean and pleasant for learning. Plus I like the interior; waiting area has all the purple pillows and cream seats.
The dance class consists of 10 students, so it's not so embarrassing for a beginner like me and teacher can guide us better. Furthermore, the teachers are really friendly! They would ask us if the steps are clear enough for us to follow and whether we need them to slow down(though most of the time students are too shy to answer).

However, the classes are relatively short (1 hour per lesson) and time flies when you're enjoying what you do! I noticed that the dance steps we learnt are not exactly same as the ones on MV and also, the classes hardly start on time. My classes are at 4.30pm but it will usually start at 4.45pm - 5pm, due to the previous classes ending late :/
Strangely, the class size decreases every time I go, first class-10 people, second class-8 people... and the last class-3 people O.O

Oh, before I forget, their usual price is $140 for 6 lessons :)

Rating: .5


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