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Just So Dance Steps into Woodland Estate

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A popular dance studio has put its best foot forward to step into a new home at Westbury’s Woodland Estate.

Just So Dance was set up by Stacey Carter in 2007 and provides dance classes to over 200 pupils in the West Wilts area. The success of the studio combined with the increasing popularity of dancing has been a catalyst for Stacey to move the studio to a larger, modern unit in the middle of Westbury.

Employing four team members, Just So Dance offers dance classes in modern theatre, tap, ballet, jazz, hip hop, contemporary, musical theatre, acro, danceacise and balletcore. Pupils of all ages and abilities can take part and, if they chose to do so, take exams through the International Society of Teachers of Dancing (ISTD), the International Dance Teachers Association (IDTA) and Acrobatic Arts.

The move to the 4000 sq ft unit at the Woodland Estate has allowed Just So Dance to create three separate studios, a reception area, waiting room, uniform shop and a changing area.

Stacey Carter said, “We had been looking for a new unit for around a year and decided to take on the new premises in August. HPH have been extremely helpful through the entire process and always respond to our queries immediately. They have been brilliant and have offered advice and support along the way.”

Lindsay Holdoway, Managing Director of HPH said, “Stacey and her team at Just So Dance have established themselves as the area’s premier dance studio and they are a welcome addition to the Woodland Estate.”

“As a landlord we aim to provide accommodation to meet the exact needs of our tenants, so we were pleased to be able to work with Stacey to ensure a smooth transition into a larger unit to allow Just So Dance to continue to thrive.”

For more information visit www.justsodance.com

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