Dance Parties for Hen weekends, Birthdays, Team Building, First Dance and performers in the UK.


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Posted on June 15, 2017 at 6:45 AM Comments comments (0)

When you hear SINGLE LADIES HEN PARTY you know for sure you cannot go wrong.....fun is on your way!

Teaching "Single Ladies" was a LOT of FUN as the girls were all lovely! I had a group of faboulus 5 girls who threw themselves

in the studio and went full on for the whole session. 5,6,7 & 8...put the ring on it!

They were wearing funky super girls leggings and black top....Cool and super DANCE SEXY gear!  ;- )

We did a quick dance warm up, I gave them some basic jazz step to get into the mood and we start doing the original choreo.

I did simplyfied a few moves but they mastered the routine very well!

We took soo many fun pictures and we laughed the whole way through!

I hope they will perform a flashmob Single ladies routine on her wedding day as promised ;)

All the best ladies....and someone is NOT GOING TO BE SINGLE LADY ANY MORE! :-) x

Shake it off...here again!

Posted on May 12, 2017 at 6:45 AM Comments comments (0)

On Saturday 8th April 2017 the sun was shining brightly in Cambridge for Steph’s Hen Weekend. An incredibly cheerful group of Hens arrived at Bodywork Company Dance Studios ready to strut their stuff for ninety minutes and boy did they boogie!!

I’d already been told that Steph and Si’s favourite song was “Shake it off” by Taylor Swift and couldn’t have been happier to choreograph a routine for the Hen’s! I later found out that the routine would be performed at the wedding and they wanted to include Si in too, what a bonus!!

All of the Hens were so full of energy and really raring to go. The atmosphere was buzzing, everyone got involved and worked so hard on the routine, it looked awesome by the time we’d finished. We even added in the section where Steph would go and grab Si to join in. They planned to freestyle in the middle of the circle formed by the hens at the bridge of the song (My ex-man brought his new girlfriend She's like, “oh my God” etc etc. I could really imagine the two of them having a really good time dancing to the song in the middle of the circle).

The finished product was absolutely brilliant and I’m looking forward to seeing a recording of the routine on the big day itself!

Wishing Steph and Si lots of love, health, wealth and happiness for the future and enjoy the big day in June!

They came, they saw, they cheered!

Posted on May 2, 2017 at 6:40 AM Comments comments (0)

13 hens made their way to the Waldorf Hotel DW Fitness studio enjoy a cheer session as part of their hen party day.

They've just come from an amazing brunch and we're worried they wouldn't be able to move.

But these worries were quickly gone once Amona opened her big bag full of sparkly pom-poms! Everyone suddenly got excited and jumped across the room. We were ready to go!

We started of with a little warm up to get prepared for the cheer fun ahead.

The organiser hen Emma us requested "Shake it off" by Taylor Swift for the bride to be Martine and the rest of the hens.

Soon we were in the middle of learning fun moves and friend out a great dance choreography.

By the end of it, the group performed the whole dance, pictures were taken and the hen also rocked a thigh stunt!

I can only say BRAVO to these amazing ladies and what they've learned in such a short time. It looked like everyone had a blast and the recording plus loads of pictures will surely be a great memory, which they might share with other at the wedding in September ;)

I had a great afternoon teaching and wish them all the best!!! 

LISA is 7!

Posted on April 14, 2017 at 10:15 AM Comments comments (0)


I had an absolutely great time taking this cheer party in North London, we all had such a great time!

This time we had just over a dozen seven years olds, for Lilas Birthday. We started of with a warm up, some cardio pom pom moves to get the pulse rate up, then we did some stretching.

We then started to learn the routine I had prepared to 'Cheerleader - OMI' staring Lila. It incorporated some pom motions, some basic stunting, moving motions to different formations and some tumbling from Lila as she had a gymnastic background, and we wanted to show off her moves!

After we had spend about 45 minutes learning the routine, we took a break and played some games before our big performance to the parents at the end. Everyone had great fun playing the games, and it was nice to relax and have fun all together. We then brought the cake out and sang Lila Happy Birthday, with a big cheer at the end! Party bags were given out, and then it was time to give the parents a performance of what the kids had been working for and a chance to for them to film the routine. Everyone gave Lila a big cheer hug at the end.

The parents were very impressed with what their little ones had achieved in just a few hours.

Lila has decided she wants to be a competitive cheerleader now, Go Lila!

You can't go wrong with Beyo!

Posted on April 3, 2017 at 6:05 AM Comments comments (0)

Today's Hen party was a Hip Hop dance routine and the chosen music was Baby Boy by Beyonce...you can't go wrong with Beyo!

The Hen and her friends were absolutely fantastic, they took on the challenge, they channeled their inner Beyonce's and threw their best moves on the lounge room floor!

I started the session with a gentle warm up followed by a stretch and than we went straight into the choreography. The mother of the hen decided to take pictures and enjoy the show while the ladies twerked, bounced, laughed, sang and sipped prosecco in their breaks to cool themselves off.

Time flew quickly (has it does whilst having a good time). The ladies were really happy with the Dance Party session and could not thank me enough for it ,which made my night since that was the main aim of the event. 

Well done ladies :-)