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Partnership offers team building through dance

Dance organisations Dance Extras and Ceroc have joined forces to provide companies with interactive dance based team building sessions.

Christine Vidal, director of Dance Extras said: "Naturally you have to think about your specific objective. Maybe you want to improve communication, introduce a new team or just generally build better relationships.

"Our programme is perfect for these situations - it's a great ice-breaker, its fun and it gets everyone talking. In fact one lady commented that in one of our 30 minute classes she had gotten to know more people than she had in the whole day.

"Partners are rotated every few minutes so that everyone taking part has a chance to dance with other attendees and we even run competitions at the end of the class especially for those in competitive environments."

Ceroc was established in 1991 and has 30 national franchises across the U.K. Dance Extras was set-up a year ago to respond to the growing demand from film, T.V and entertainment companies for dancers in their productions. In addition to team building sessions, the two organisations also provide dance entertainment for corporate functions.

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