ROCK INTO SPRING by learning to Rock n Roll dance the popular and original 50s/60s Rock n Roll 6 step dance style. Every 5 weeks there is an intake of Rock n Roll friends. The Rock n Roll dance style and culture continues to look promising as people continue to learn and show interest in classes, workshops, socials, events and weekend trips away. As the warmer weather and party season is fast approaching it is definitely the right time to start to learn to dance Rock n Roll. Just remember you are never too young or too old to Rock n Roll dance or to learn something new.

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ImageOn the 31st July 2010 we had our 1st annual 50′s/60′s Rock n Roll Winter Wonderland ball, a good time was had by all and we would like to thank everyone that supported the night with their attendance. The floor was full with people having a rockin good time dancing the night away and we even had a special visit from a Penguin, Santa and a very checky elf.

A big congratulations to all the rock n rollers that won prizes on the night. We also have a slideshow of the night which you can view below:-

We would also like to thank the people and organisations that supplied us with the gifts that we were handing out on the night.

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Bligh Park Rock n Roll Demonstration Roundup

ImageWe would like to thank all the Moovers n Groover for spending a nice day out at the Bligh Park Tavern Rod and Custom Car Show. The main day involved raising funds for prostate cancer. There were a lot of cars out and of high quality.

The Moovers n Groovers where showcasing how much fun Rock n Roll dancing can be while the band was playing. The band on the day was called Rough Stock you can hear then and checkout there upcoming gigs on there

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We would like to thank everyone that attended the trip and helped support another sucessful trip to the Hunter Valley with Craig and the Shack Shakers. Below is the 4minute slideshow.

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Not so long ago we held a Triple Step Swing workshop and a Rock n Roll dance night social with the Fabulous Rhythm Cats, we would like to thank eveyone for attending and supporting the night.

Here are some photo’s from the night.

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Kool Cuisers Car Show

ImageWe would like to thank everyone that came out to support us at the two recent car shows the first being the Cool Cruisers Car Show at Liverpool Catholic Club which was initially postponed due to bad weather.

It was a really big turn out of cars and people we had fun dancing and showing people how much fun Rock n Roll Dancing can be. We even had some students enter there cars into the event.

Rattle n Hum Car Show – Castle Hill RSL

ImageAgain we would like to thank everyone that ventured out to castle hill on the day. Also a big thanks to the Mustang Club for the props for the picture to the left.

We had another fun filled day of Rock n Roll dancing and showing people how much fun it is. Again we had a few students with there cars in the show. Pictured below and yes Amanda just could not resist having to climb into one.


I recently had a student forward me a video clip featuring dancing in the 1950's. One has to wonder with all the gyms around these days if the masses where to start dancing like they did in the good old days if most of these gyms would still be in existence.

Learning to dance is a great way to get out and about but also a good way to meet new people with the benefits of getting some exercise. Did you know that one dance class can have movements of up to 2,400. And that a one hour class will burn up to 1,600 kilojoules.

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