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How to Use Dance Daze Dance Boards

While there are so many ways to use Dance Daze Dance Boards, our co-founder Saumirah McWoodson loves using them most for doing outdoor ballet barre classes and for learning tap dance combinations from YouTube! Throughout 2020 and 2021, Saumirah says that using her Dance Daze Dance Boards helped her to establish consistent practice routines, improve her ballet technique, and to develop her own creative practice. While Saumirah is most experienced in classical ballet and tap--as those are the styles of dance she began studying as a child and continued practicing and training in through her adult years--those who practice other styles of dance love using Dance Daze Dance Boards as well. Dance Daze Dance Boards can be used for practicing balancing,...

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Adding a Little (Pumpkin) Spice to Your Life!

We are so excited to add some pumpkin spice to your October! For all of this month (October 2021), you can get 20% off your Jet Setter Dance Daze Dance Board and orange letters on your board by using "PUMPKINSPICE" at checkout! Click here to check out all of our dance boards. Click here to view our merch! Here's to a lovely fall season!  

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The Story Behind the Dance Daze Dance Boards Brand

Every brand has a story, right? Following is a bit of the story of Dance Daze Dance Boards. After the pandemic hit, and after we knew that it was going to last a little longer than we may have originally believed, Dance Daze Dance Boards Co-founder Saumirah McWoodson had gotten into the habit of creating free digital content for kids every week. She was reading stories and creating educational movement videos (find these on YouTube!) and she was even doing a weekly Instagram Live Ballet Barre class every Monday night. Additionally, Saumirah even started a fully virtual dance program, called Dance Daze Online for which she eventually recorded nearly 100 dance classes for children ages 2 to 10 between April...

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