We have etiquette and rules to follow for almost every aspect of our lives. Whether it’s at work, school or social gatherings, we follow certain rules to ensure order and make sure that everyone feels respected and included. The dance floor is no different. At our competitive dance studios in Fort Worth, TX, we follow certain dos and don’ts on the dance floor, even when competing, to make sure that things go smoothly.
Whether you are new to the world of dance or a veteran dancer, a quick refresher on dance floor etiquette can prove beneficial. Here are some of the guidelines that we follow at Arthur Murray Dance Studio of Fort Worth.
Be on time
Making others wait for you is not only rude, it can be very disruptive to our and everyone else’s schedules. Of course, things happen, and we understand that. However, you should make every attempt to arrive to the dance studio a little early, so you have time to change, stow your personal items and be all set to go by class time.
Follow the dress code
We have a dress code to ensure that you are dressed appropriately for the style of dance we are doing that day. It’s important to be dressed appropriately not only out of respect for yourself and your peers, but also to be able to perform safely and effectively on the dance floor.
Although this isn’t a lecture, this is still a class. People are here to learn, so it’s important that you are not disruptive to that learning process with too much chatter. Unless you are asking a question or being called upon, it’s best to reserve discussions with peers or your teacher until after class.
Share the space
To ensure that everyone can be seen by the teacher and in the mirror, it’s important to share the space equally with your peers. Make sure you are not too close or too far from the dancer next to you and that you aren’t blocking anyone behind you from seeing the mirror or the instructor.
Even though we teach competitive dance, we still require that all our students respect their peers and their competitors on the dance floor at all times. While we may be competing, we are all here because we love to dance. Don’t let the competition get in the way of respecting your classmates.
At the end of the day, we’re here to have fun and experience a shared passion for dance. These dos and don’ts are meant to help ensure that everyone has an enjoyable experience in our studio.
If you are interested in learning more about Arthur Murray Dance Studio of Fort Worth, what we teach and what sets us apart from other competitive dance studios in Fort Worth, TX, simply call us or stop in to our studio today. Our staff and teachers will be happy to talk with you and answer any questions you may have. Until then, keep dancing!
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