With practices taking place every week at the Bergvliet Sports Association, our dance school offers Ballroom and Latin American dancing for dancers who are disabled and non-disabled, including wheelchair dancers, intellectually impaired dancers and sight-impaired dancers. 

We are the only independent dance school in the Western Cape focusing solely on promoting dance sport for the disabled as its core function.

The CSRC petitioned FEDANSA to include a disability dance sport section at provincial level and at its national championships and history was made with this happening at the National Championships in Bloemfontein in 2011. Disabled dance sections were supported by the CSRC at FEDANSA National Championships from 2011-2015.

CSRC dancers have competed from local level all the way to the international championship level, with Chaeli Mycroft and Damian Michaels (Wheelchair Combi: Amateur Class 1) and Chantelle le Roux and Mukhtar Lee (Wheelchair Combi: Amateur Class 2) winning double gold at the annual Wheelchair Dancing World Cup which took place in The Netherlands in April 2015. Both these couples now compete internationally in the elite World Cup section. The success of dance sport for the disabled through the CSRC only happens because it is underpinned by the activities of The Chaeli Campaign. Through The Chaeli Campaign activities and programmes, we can source athletes and provide them with logistical support such as transport and equipment.