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Becki Rendell

With over 2 decades of dance experience, Becki brings high energy and an abundance of enjoyment to her classes. Becki has been Performing, Competing and Teaching for the past four years, and running specialist classes in Performance Moves and Cabaret Show Stoppers, not to mention Becki's very popular Ladies Styling Master Classes to rave reviews. Becki is one of the reigning Welsh Champs Showcase Winners for the second year running and was also recently crowned Blackpool Showcase winner in March 2018. Hot off the Competition Press, Becki is a legendary dance sensation and her workshop and performance are not to be missed!

Emma Keating & Zac Skinner

Emma and Zac from Queensland, Australia’s most popular Modern Jive company, Le Step on the Coast. They a are as much known for their love of dance as they are for their relaxed, fun and easy to follow teaching style.  

Emma has choreographed and danced in many team routines that have won or placed on the national Australian circuit, with over 18 Teams titles since 2002.  She has also enjoyed being on the podium for Champions level Freestyle and DWAS divisions at every competition since 2007 with a tidy 27 titles under belt at last count. 

Zac has danced since he was 13 years old and had his first partner dancing classes with Le Step on the Coast where he now teaches, choreographs, mentors, judges and MC’s.  Zac has skills that have seen him a regular on the podium at national competitions, for both Champions Freestyle and DWAS as well as multiple team events.  He’s lost count of his medals and trophies but that’s not why he dances.

Emma and Zac have an enormous passion for social dancing and they believe that is where the magic happens. 

Samo Chan & Zoë Lawrenson

From the youthful dance capital of London, UK, these two bubbly, fun and energetic dancers have been competing for the last few years, sweeping up a heap of trophies and meal adcross the UK and the last few years Pan-Asian Champs in Hong Kong, Singapore and Malaysia. They bring diverse styling and head-turning musicality to their performance, but most of all they bring fun and cheer to the thing they love the most – dance!

Patryck & Wendy Allen

Patryck & Wendy are excited to be joining the Pan Asia Ceroc Championships Party for the second time this year, bringing over 24 years of collective dance experience and over 15 champions level Ceroc placings between them.  

Wendy started her dancing journey in New Zealand, learning Ceroc, Salsa, Bachata, Zouk, and Kizomba, yet always came back to Ceroc because of its freedom to bend the rules and draw on inspiration from other dance styles.  Wendy is known across the Ceroc community for consistently winning at the highest level (including winning the top level Dance with a Stranger at CPAC in 2017) and her ability to teach and inspire students with her endless creativity, styling, and musicality.  

Patryck is passionate about Ceroc dancing because it brings people with varying levels of dance experience together from all around the world.  Best known for his technique and musicality, Patryck loves sharing what he has learnt with all of his students.  Patryck has developed extensive teaching experience through his workshops at dance weekenders around Australia, teaching choreography and numerous routines to his students, and providing free competition preparation for his students in Sydney. 

Jacky Glancey & Ian Dale

Music and dance has always touched Jacky’s soul and as a child she was forever singing & dancing around. 17 year ago, Jacky started Ceroc, swiftly progressing from Taxi Dance and then to Teacher 12 years ago in Kent, UK.  As a Ceroc Teacher, Jacky found she was in her element. Nothing fulfills Jacky quite like helping others to discover something she loves so much.  

Ian, who accompanies Jacky as showcase workshop partner, comes from a musical background and yet again dance was in his soul from an early age. Ian began Ceroc 10 years ago and is now both Taxi dancer & Demo in Kent, UK, bringing his outgoing nature and enthusiasm to the floor as he helps dancers satisfy their ambition and reach their potential.

Tamara Domb

At the ripe old age of 21, Tamara joined her University Latin and Ballroom society with high hopes of being on Strictly. Then, 3 months later she sacked it all in after being taken to her first Ceroc class and hasn’t looked back since. 4 years go by and with her addiction is as strong as ever, she and her ridiculous collection of leggings are bubbling with excitement at joining the Ceroc Asia dancers, bringing with her from the UK her fresh perspective as a newly qualified Ceroc teacher.

Short in stature at only 5 foot 2 inches, Tamara has a determination to show that you don’t need height, man-power or cheesy one-liners to lead Ceroc like the best of them – just ask her for a dance to find out for yourself, or come and join in her Leading for Ladies workshop and have a go!

Willing to get her groove on with everyone and everything, you’ll rarely find her off the dance floor, and she gets even more excited when you lead her round in ballroom frame – it makes her feel like she did get to Strictly after all…

Tim Stevens & Heather Lawson

Tim and Heather are a long-standing dance partnership from Bristol, United Kingdom. They both teach workshops across the UK, and are regular fixtures teaching at Ceroc Escape Weekenders, usually specialising in funky themed classes. 

Tim has been Ceroc dancing for almost 20 years, starting at the young age of 17! Tim also teaches street dance and emphasises a lot of street style into his Ceroc dancing. Heather has been Ceroc dancing for 8 years, and won her first competition just 6 months into her dancing. Heather went on to run and teach a wedding dance choreography business.

 Both Tim and Heather have competed together in Ceroc Championships across the UK, and managed to obtain over 51 trophies and medals between them in a variety of different categories, including 'Open', 'Topcats' and 'Funked Up'. 

 With their joint experience and passion for dancing, Tim and Heather have plenty of technique, style and competition tips to pass on. They both like to focus on the importance of musicality, and learning how to play with movement and style.

Tony Epps

Having been teaching modern jive for 15 years Tony has danced, competed and taught all across the UK. From winning the inaugural pro-Am at the London champs to Team cabarets at the world famous Blackpool tower and back to the London champs to judge, Tony has seen plenty of both sides of the competition scene.

For the last 10 years Tony has been teaching consistently at Ceroc escape weekenders bringing everything from Tag to drops, advanced moves to Aerials to his classes. He is looking forward to sharing his experience with you in the workshop and at the competition itself.

The main things Tony looks for are connection with your partner and natural musicality. Just don't forget to enjoy yourselves out there!

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