Ceroc (Every Tuesday)

Bath Pavilion - 09 May 2017 08:00 PM - 19 Dec 2017 11:00 PM

Learn to dance in one night'. Yes, one night is all it takes to learn a few basic moves to get you dancing.

If you have two left feet but have always dreamed of gracing the dance floor, perhaps it is time you tried the new dance craze.

Tens of thousands of people across the globe have already got the Ceroc bug as it can provide a great way to meet people and stay in shape.

Now this dynamic blend of multiple dance forms has become so popular it is the largest and fastest growing partner dance in the UK.

The dance is easy to learn and although you dance with partners, most people come on their own.

At every CEROC night without fail there will be a good number of complete beginners. Therefore we hold a 45 minute class where you will learn 3 or 4 of the basic moves. After which you will be able to practice the routine.

Learning to dance with CEROC is very easy, there's no complicated footwork to worry about. After just 45 minutes you will have a routine of 3 or 4 moves that you will be able to dance in the freestyle.

One of the great things about Ceroc is there's no need to come with a partner. Our teaching method means everyone changes partners. So come and join the other scores of new people coming to Ceroc for the first time every week. Learning to dance with CEROC is a great way to keep fit, socialise and enjoy a complete night out.

So whether you are a dance professional, studying dance or thinking of studying dance then learning to dance with Ceroc is a great way of learning the fundamentals of dance in its general form. This will help you along your dance journey. We would urge everyone learning the dynamics of dance with Ceroc to participate in our medal programme overseen by the International DanceSport Judges & Trainers Association (IDJTA).

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