Modern Jive (Ceroc, M-Jive) Dancing: Classes, Workshops and Parties in Munich Modern Jive is probably the easiest partner dance to learn - great for any party or social occasion, you don't need to come with a partner or to book in advance.The idea is to have fun and stress-free dancing, learn some nice moves and how to lead and follow, plus meet loads of people.Weekly Le Roc dance classes are held at Axminster Guildhall on Wednesday evenings. Admission is £7 for the whole session, including all classes, beginner coaching and freestyle dancing.The next four Le Roc dance classes are shown below.In the meantime, absent a documented reason for its removal, I've restored it David James Bailey (talk) , 23 September 2008 (UTC) This article should be less biased.It contains phrases like "the fantastic thing about Ceroc...". There is still an obvious opposition to non-qualified people trying to circulate dance moves where their complexity could be dangerous (if not professionally taught).
We hold regular classes: Mondays in the Max-Emanuel-Brauerei, Schwabing with classes at 7.30 (beginners), 8.30 (improvers) and freestyle dancing/party-time from 9.15pm.), lots of sociable seating, a licensed bar, and a large free car park just opposite the main road.As a dance venue it's definitely one of East Devon's best kept secrets!I suggest either zapping it, or moving it to a separate "Ceroc Enterprises" page - so you'd have two pages, something like "Ceroc (Dance)" and "Ceroc (Organisation)".Possibly a disambiguation page would be useful, as well.