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Explore a new side to yourself by learning to dance during holidays

Date: 1st August 2016
Categories: Dance

Explore a new side to yourself by learning to dance during holidays

With some of the dancing reality shows like ‘Stepping Out’ and ‘So you Think You Can Dance’ rising up the popularity curve all throughout the world, it is no wonder that people have started enrolling for various dance classes. Being a socially competitive dance form that portrays the seamless grace and sensuousness of the dancers on the dance floor, ballroom dance is widely enjoyed on the stage and even in movies and television. Control and cohesiveness being the two most imperative core elements of this kind of dance, is highly exemplified by the graceful technique, costumes and the melodious rhythms. Be it the Viennese Waltz, or the Tango or even the Quickstep, when you move your body, swinging and taking the steps in accordance to the beat with your dancing partner, you eventually create an enchanting view for the audience with your elegant grace. People from across the globe attend learn to dance holidays to engage themselves in the mesmerizing world of dance, that not only teaches them a new skill but also elevates their mood while enhancing their physique.

The myriad of institutions offering ballroom dance weekend classes have made it difficult for people to choose the best one. If you are a novice in the world of dancing then it is only natural to feel inundated while selecting a dance class that suit your needs. Being one of the fastest growing dance phenomenon in the country, Ceroc offers a wide spectrum of diverse dancing styles which are not only sociable and fun but are also easy to learn. Irrespective of the fact that you are a nervous first timer or an expert of the dance floor, you will get the opportunity to learn from some of the most renowned and highly talented dance teachers who would guide you through every step in your journey. Ceroc is not a dance style, but a method of teaching and Ceroc teaches dance in its most general form.

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