Dancing and Health
Moving to music is a natural instinct for all of us. Ceroc is so much fun, you'll forget you're exercising. Learning to dance with Ceroc is relaxed and social, good for both your body and mind !
Good for You
To help stay healthy, the Government recommends that everyone take part in
30 minutes of moderate intense physical activity three times a week. That's activity that gets you breathing faster, and increases your heart rate. That doesn't mean that you need to be pouring with sweat and panting. So a mid-week Ceroc dance class is an excellent way of keeping in-shape as you don't need any special clothing or shoes, in fact you don't event need a partner!
British Heart Foundation
Regular Ceroc dancing will reduce your risk of Cardiovascular disease, high blood pressure, type 2 Diabetes and even some Cancers. It's therefore hardly surprising the 'British Heart Foundation', 'Weight Watchers' and 'BUPA' have all recommended our classes.
Bones and Joints
Dancing helps to reduce the risk of Osteoporosis. The strain on your bones helps them to stay strong and dense. Also the dips, turns and side-to-side movements in dance routines make good
use of your muscles and joints, combating Osteoarthritis.
Not only can exercise slow mental decline, but it may actually enhance brain
power. And there's some evidence that listening to music while you exercise
stimulates mental functioning more than silent activities. So regular
dancing might even help you impress your chess mates or solve those trickier
A Great Social Life
Most of our Beginner classes attract over 100 people, and therefore there will be no shortage of people to dance and chat with. Being part of a group, team or community is one of the keys to a happy life.
What makes our dance style unique?
It's not like any other dance, it is many other dances! A fusion of many dance forms including Ballroom, Latin, Jive, Tango and Salsa combining sensuous moves, dips and turns taught in a way that makes learning to dance fun and easy.