Fusion of Salsa, Latin, Ballroom, Tango & Jive. Learning to partner dance at Ceroc is a great way to keep fit, socialise and an easy way to learn to dance whilst enjoying a complete night out! Three hours of dancing inc Beginners Class, Intermediate Class & Social Freestyle. New members and experienced dancers welcome any week – no need to book!
Be greeted by our door hosts and meet some of our team. If you are new to Ceroc, we’ll get you registered (as it’s a members club) and answer any questions you have. Use this time to get yourself a drink and find a place to sit for the evening in between classes & dancing!
Beginners Class Starts
Get on the floor and start dancing with our trained Ceroc Teachers taking you through the beginners class bit by bit. We have special members of crew on hand to help dotted around the class. You’ll be moved around the class so you get a chance to dance with everyone in the room by the end of the class. When you’ve got the routine, we leave you to dance through to the end of the song and leave you to practice.
Freestyle Practice Time
A chance to practice your moves to music played by our DJs. If you’re new, make sure you find our crew members and ask them to dance. We have a policy in Ceroc where nobody says no. This works the other way around too, if you get asked to dance, please don’t refuse!
Beginners Review Session & Intermediate Class
New members will be invited to join the beginners review session run by our dedicated volunteers. They’ll go through the movements you learned in the Beginners Class until you’re confident enough to get back out on the floor. If you’re confident in your ability to dance the beginners moves, why not try the intermediate class where you’ll learn a different, more challenging routine.
All the classes have finished, make sure you grab a partner and make your way to the dance floor. It’s freestyle practice time so make sure you practice what you’ve learned with more experienced dancers to accelerate your learning!
End of the Night
Music finishes, the lights go up and it’s time to leave.