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3 Places to Take Photos on Your Dance Daze Dance Board This Spring

If you've been around for a while, you know that Dance Daze Dance Boards Co-founder Saumirah loves a fun, quick, outdoor photo shoot on her portable dance floors. In fact, when she and Jeff first started the business back in 2020, they made sure to spend time having a few photo shoots around town in Sacramento, California, where they make the dance boards. Below are 3 tips for places to take photos if you're planning on bringing out your dance board for a photo shoot this spring. 1. In Front of Cool Garage Doors: Saumirah absolutely loved this red garage on a wide street in Midtown, Sacramento. She'd wanted to take a photo in front of it for a long...

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5 Reasons Why You Might Need A Dance Daze Dance Board

As business owners, we love creating high quality products that solve problems for our clients. At Dance Daze Dance Boards, we work to support the work of recreational and pre-professional dancers. This means that we design our portable dance floors in consideration of what recreational children and adult dancers and pre-professional dancers between the ages of 9 and 18 might need when in terms of practicing, supplemental training, creating influencer content, traveling for different dance opportunities/experiences, and more. If you are a recreational or pre-professional dancer, keep reading to learn about why you might need a Dance Daze Dance Board in your life. You participate in virtual dance classes via Zoom, Instagram, TikTok, and more While some of our clients...

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Spotlighting Our 2021 Best Seller: The Jet Setter Dance Board

Our smallest dance board and our best-selling dance board in 2021 is The Jet Setter. We designed this board because we wanted an extremely portable, affordable dance board that recreational and pre-professional dancers could use to practice their technique at home or on-the-go. Co-founder Saumirah discovered that, though it is only 23 inches in diameter, the Jet Setter is still perfect for practicing tap dance combinations (it really forces you to dance with your feet underneath you!), non-traveling pointe exercises, and even pirouette turns if you’re already a somewhat strong turner (otherwise, you may fall off of the board, so be prepared for that!). Some of our DDDB Brand Ambassadors (search for the hashtag #DDDBambassador across social platforms!) have shown us that they...

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3 Tips for Using Dance Daze Dance Boards for Dancing at Home

We love that our dance boards can be used indoors or outdoors, on a variety of surfaces. Dance Daze Dance Boards can be used on carpet, tile, hard wood, linoleum, on grass, dirt, or pavement, and more! Below are a few tips for using Dance Daze Dance Boards for improving your dance technique. Use Our Jet Setter Board for Spins Our smallest board -- The Jet Setter -- is great for practicing non-traveling movements. For example, The Jet Setter is perfect for improving balancing on one leg, spins, and illusion tricks. Use a Sprung Board for Jumping or Tap Dancing Our sprung dance boards are great for practicing non-locomotive jumps and for tap dancing. Our sprung Dance Daze Dance Boards --...

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I used to worry about this.

Every single photo of me posing on a Dance Daze Dance Board ™ is outside. On top of that, I only have a few videos, likely amounting to fewer than 20 seconds in all, showing me dancing on one of my boards indoors. And maybe that would be alright, except that our dance boards function perfectly well indoors as much as they do outdoors. And, when I talk about DDDB, our passion for spreading positivity, our desire to celebrate color and diversity, and our fantastic, handmade products, I want to tell everyone about all of the benefits. So, for a long time, it really bothered me that my reality is as it is: I really don't like the idea of people anywhere...

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