Dance Vision owner Wayne Eng reminisces about the time when competitive dancers would dance on marble floors at certain dance competitions and studios—it was not conducive to good dancing let alone dancing for long periods of time on such hard, unforgiving surfaces! Since, the ballroom industry has learned that if dancers want to extend the life of their dancing, it is essential that the dance floor is made in their likeness, to support years of dancing and healthy joints. Ballroom dancers require one piece of equipment for their bodies, and one piece of equipment to dance on. Proper dance shoes are an essential aspect of a good quality practice or competition, yet how often do we consider the floor that our dance shoes glide across?
- Mar 29, 2021 4:16:47 PM |
- Alise Borne