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Naomi & Vanroe of Counties Dance PukekoheVanroe & Naomi – NZ Champs & Dance Teachers

Welcome to Counties Dance, the home of Ceroc and Salsa dance classes and lessons in Pukekohe, South of Auckland.

Counties Dance is taught by NZ dance champs, Naomi Hall and Vanroe Stone. They are experienced teachers with a relaxed, friendly style creating fun and easy dance classes.

Counties Dance hosts a number of Dance Parties throughout the year and is the proud host to the annual Pukekohe Mid-Winter Dance!

So, if you’re looking for fun dance classes where you can meet other people, learn to dance and have a laugh, you’ve found the right place. Counties Dance offers fun classes that cater for total beginners and experienced dancers. Come along and find a class to suit you.


Why do people dance?

Dancing has been around for as long as anyone would care to remember. It’s popularity has waxed and waned but recently it has had a resurgance again with TV shows such as “Dancing With The Stars”, “So You Think You Can Dance” and with dance themed movies showing on the big screen. Read the rest of this entry »


Thank you to everyone who from Counties who went to the East & South dance party on Saturday. We all had a lot of fun dancing, catching up with old friends and making some new ones. It was useful to preview the new Dance With A Stranger format before the upcoming East & South competition.

Congratulations to Dale, Rose and Lorena for making it to the Beginners finals, with Lorena taking 2nd place and Rose 1st place. Bring on the East & South Champs!!


Teams are a great way to improve your dancing, improve fitness and make friends. We’re putting together two teams for a comp in September. Training starts in June so there is plenty of time to learn a fun routine. If you’re interested, let us know.


Waikato Champs 2011

A big thanks to everyone who made it to the Waikato champs. We had some great results from our own guys who competed.

We had Greg & Vicky making it to the Semi finals of the beginners. Vicky made it to the finals of the Dance With A Stranger section and Sheryl placed 3rd in the Dance With A Stranger section.

Theresa placed 1st in the Intermediate category with her dance partner Michael from Lorne St.

Steve & Andrea place 2nd in the 45+ category

Sharon & Dan made it to the finals of the Advanced B category.

Another big thanks to everyone else who made the trip down from Counties Dance to support our people compete. If you missed out this time, don’t worry there are still some more competitions this year for you to be involved in. Photos to come soon.


Counties Dance is on elocal. Visit their website to read the article about us by clicking here.


We are heading back to the town square this Saturday. We will be there from 10am – 12pm, so come and enjoy the sunshine and great music. Have a dance and hang out with the lovely people from Counties Dance. Help us let people know what Ceroc is and encourage them to try a class. Send us an email or talk to us at class if you want to help and make Saturday a great day.

Come and join us for a fun evening at the St John’s Hall, 21 Roulston St, Pukekohe, South Auckland. Click here to view a map.


This week we finish Dancing Etiquette with Part ll.  The first part focused on etiquette off the dance floor. This time we’re looking at what to do on the dance floor. Read the rest of this entry »


A lot of etiquette is common sense – although there’s the quote why do they call it common sense when it’s so rare? There are certain social rules and etiquette we use when dealing with people in everyday life, dancing is no different. This is part 1 of 2 of the dos and don’ts of dancing. Read the rest of this entry »


Who is more likely to get a dance… a well presented guy who smells good or someone dripping sweat with a drenched shirt?  Ladies, it’s not just the guys, long nails and garlic breath after a good pizza aren’t that hot either. Read the rest of this entry »


Want to know how to improve your dancing?

Watch the dance teacher when you are in class.

But you already do that, you say to yourself. I’m not talking about when the teacher breaks down the moves and talks it through bit by bit. What I’m talking about is watching the teacher’s technique, their style and how they make the moves look good. You can learn more than just the moves from a good teacher. Read the rest of this entry »


Come and Visit Us


Counties Dance

St Patrick Church Hall
133 Seddon St
Pukekohe
Franklin
South Auckland

Email: info@countiesdance.co.nz
Phone: 021 764 144
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