Using Your Dance Daze Dance Board for Photo Shoots

Have you ever had your own photo shoot, where you were the model, photographer, lighting director, and stylist?  Dance Daze Dance Boards Co-founder Saumirah McWoodson does this all the time. Keep reading for some tips about how to use your Dance Daze Dance Board in your own photo shoot, with just you, your board, andContinue reading “Using Your Dance Daze Dance Board for Photo Shoots”

Top 2 Dance Daze Dance Boards

Want to guess what our 2 most popular dance boards are at DanceDazeDanceBoards.com? If you said The District and The Cosmopolitan, you’d be exactly correct! The District is our board that is most frequently purchased and both The District and The Cosmopolitan are the products that people compare most frequently when they visit our website.Continue reading “Top 2 Dance Daze Dance Boards”

The Importance of Flexibility

I recently posted a few polls on the Dance Daze Dance Boards™ Instagram account asking which kind of dance education content my audience there would be most interested in seeing. One of the top-voted content choices, receiving 88% of votes, was information about improving flexibility. As a dance educator and as a former pre-professional dancer,Continue reading “The Importance of Flexibility”

You Know What They Say: A Failure to Plan . . .

When I was younger, one of my favorite comedy movies was Sugar & Spice. (I have an eclectic taste in movies, so we’re not here to judge this reference.) If you know me, you know that I tend to really like quotes, cheesy though they may be, and one that I picked up from theContinue reading “You Know What They Say: A Failure to Plan . . .”

Rest is important, but . . .

Rest is important, but so is doing the work. Even though I’m privileged enough to live a creative life (“privileged” meaning: only working a full-time job if I feel like it, continuing to pay a car note on an Audi when I could get around just as easily in a paid-for something else, pouring moneyContinue reading “Rest is important, but . . .”