It's nearly the end of September, and though it's not quite New Year, why not get in early on some of those resolutions - or at least try something new to get yourself all geared up!
Ceroc is a partner dance, similar to salsa but with a jive infusion. It has it's roots in many different dances including swing, rock and roll, and lindy hop with the main alteration being the similified footwork, so it's a jackpot for those who love to dance but hate the tricky choreography.
It is danced to almost any music, though typically anything from the sixties will be the best back drop, and although it is traditionally a male-led dance, many females learning this particular dance learn the lead role.
The name 'Ceroc' is said to derive from the French "C'est le roc" (it's rock), used to describe rock'n'roll dancing in France.
If this sounds like the unique way to get fit you've been looking for, than sign up with the Ceroc Club in Brisbane. "Ceroc" is Australia's original Ceroc Dance club, where everyone is welcome. Perfect for beginners, the club's instructors teach the most simple of two step dance moves with lots of one-on-one attention.
Classes begin on the 4th of October at 7:30 at Wellers Hill Sporting Club, but if you arrive early you get some free lessons on dance basics and some time for a bit of a social dance if you please.
Get a jump start on your New Years Resolutions and jump into Ceroc dancing.