Ceroc hosts workshops at weekends nattily called 'Cerocshops', these Cerocshops range from beginner to advanced. The Cerocshop environment is an excellent way of rapidly improving your dancing, with a maximum of 22 people in each workshop there is also a greater opportunity for personal tuition.

The atmosphere is very relaxed and friendly, and there's no need to bring a partner.

These are 4 hour intensive Cerocshops which will help you either learn Ceroc very quickly if you are a beginner, or improve your dancing if you have been Cerocing for a while.

All our Cerocshops are held at weekends and you need to book in advance.

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Which Cerocshop? Beginners 1 & 2 Beginners Plus Intermediate One & Two
How Much Experience? None Required! If you have done less than 10 beginners classes then this Cerocshop is tailor made for you. A minimum of 10 beginners lessons or attendance at one of the Beginners Cerocshops. A minimum of 10 beginners lessons plus 5 intermediate classes or attendance at the Beginner's Plus Cerocshop.
Is it for me? Ideal if you have just started and wish to 'kick start' your dancing. Also suitable for dancers who just want to ensure that they develop good technique. For dancers comfortable with the beginner's class, but lack confidence with the jump to intermediate level. You may also be struggling with freestyle. For dancers who wish to learn a batch of intermediate moves in one hit.
What will I learn? Ceroc basics, 10-12 beginners moves, how to link moves, turning & spinning, freestyle techniques. This Cerocshop gives you the equivalent experience of 6 classes. A selection of very basic intermediate moves, with particular attention paid to developing freestyle ability. A full review of beginners moves ironing out bad habits. These are purely moves based Cerocshops and you will learn up to 16 of the essential Intermediate moves in detail.
What are the Benefits? After the workshop you will immediately have a repertoire of core beginner's moves. You will be able to freestyle and enjoy full participation at regular Ceroc evenings. You will have more confidence with freestyle and should be able to tackle the intermediate class with confidence. You will now have a core selection of moves to enhance your repertoire for freestyle. You should also find it easier to pick up and develop moves.
What next? After this workshop try the intermediate class, and make sure you try to free style. You would also benefit from attending the PROGRESSIVE BEGINNERS Cerocshop. After this workshop attend the intermediate class and book yourself on the INTERMEDIATE Cerocshop. Ask more advanced dancers for a dance in free style! Time to consolidate what you know. Keep up regular attendance at your venue and freestyle as much as possible and then consider attending one of the STYLE Cerocshops.