Valentine's Day Quiz: How Deep Is Your Love?

This Valentine’s Day, test the tensile strength of your bond by taking a potentially awkward class

(Blow) Try to keep the giggles to a minimum as you learn how to gather glass on your rod, shape your punty and blow it during Seattle Glassblowing Studio’s six-week beginning glassblowing class. $645 for six classes. Seattle Glassblowing Studio, 2227 Fifth Ave.; 206.448.2181; seattleglassblowing.com

(Thrust) Learn how to settle petty arguments once and for all with a beginning fencing class at Salle Auriol. Parry and croisé over whose turn it is to do the dishes, then glide right into making up. $110 for eight classes. Salle Auriol, 760 Harrison St.; 206.623.8357; salleauriol.com

(Swing) Test the limits of trust by leaping into your lover’s arms—literally—in one of SANCA’s flying trapeze classes. Lower-altitude love affairs can try a variety of acrobatic challenges (such as tightrope walking) in the adult circus class. Prices vary. School of Acrobatics & New Circus Arts, 674 S Orcas St.; 206.652.4433; sancaseattle.org

(Pinch) Get your hands dirty at Pottery Northwest with Welcome to the Wheel World, a novice pottery class in which you’ll learn the fundamentals of working with clay. (Ghost reenactments are strictly up to you.) $330 for 10 classes. Pottery Northwest, 226 First Ave. N; 206.285.4421; potterynorthwest.org

(Bounce)Choreograph the junk in your respective trunks with Bottom Heavy Funk, a gently paced drop-in hip-hop dance class at Velocity Dance Center inspired by the big beats and mellow jams of funk, R&B and soul. $15 per person, per class. Velocity Dance Center, 1621 12th Ave.; 206.325.8773; velocitydancecenter.org

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