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Preparing your home studio for safe dance

    Preparing your home studio for safe dance

    Welcome to dancing at home, where there are likely no ballet barres or mirrors along with daily distractions like traffic, noise, traffic lights, and constant child supervision. You may also have to choose between dancing on carpet, hardwood on concrete, or tile.

    Increasing the zoom in your dance lesson can be risky. Your home, apartment, cellar, or garage may have unsuitable floors that might lead to weariness and injury. They undoubtedly won’t aid in the improvement of performance or technique. Nearly every floor in your house is either too slippery or too firm. Simply put, it is not a dancing studio.

    While giving your dancer all the safety advantages of a professional dance studio, there are a variety of methods that can transform a tiny room in your home into a temporary dance environment. Taking precautions to ensure their safety is not a luxury.

    Dancestep Plus is the finest choice for dancers who have a small amount of area to work with and must quickly construct and remove their dance floor. It has a Marley dancing surface and a dual density foamed back flooring. It comes in 6.56′ widths by 4′, 8′, 10′, 15′, and 20′ and is available with free shipping. Except for tap, it is available in grey or black and is perfect for all dance forms (because of sound reduction). The dancer is protected from impact damage by the dual foam backing, which functions as a floating subfloor. A home studio floor can be virtually any size by combining many pieces. For ballet, the non-slip surface is extremely useful.

    Using a tap, turning, or ballet board at home is a highly convenient and portable choice. Each board has a unique floor surface that sits on 3/4″ cross-linked foam above a subfloor. So to speak, it resembles a little floating subfloor system.

    Encore Home, a simple to construct click and lock system that requires no tools, is available for individuals looking for a real wood solution. It has a real built-in floating wood subfloor and comes in prefinished oak or maple flooring, making it the perfect choice for a tap room or ballroom. Jazz and modern music both benefit from using Encore.

    Consider Springstep IV, our expert, floating prefabricated subfloor, if you have a place you can dedicate to your home studio. It can be put together without the use of any equipment for smaller areas, but a circular saw is required for larger spaces to stagger the seams and make the furniture fit the space. The dance floor that is appropriate for how you dance should be placed on top of the subfloor surface.

    All of your alternatives for a dance floor are transportable or portable. The size you choose depends on your needs and your budget. There are numerous possibilities, and a Stagestep representative would be pleased to go over them with you.

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