THE CORRECT SHOES ARE AN IMPORTANT PART
OF LEARNING TO DANCE
- You cannot dance in the shoes you walked-in on.
- You need not purchase a new pair of shoes – select an acceptable pair
from your closet and clean the soles of all dirt and debris.
- Please carry this second pair of shoes into the Ballroom with you,
and immediately change into them once you have arrived.
- You may carry your belongings and your street shoes into class
with you. After class has ended, please do not put on your
street shoes until you are about to walk out the front door.
- Our shoe policy exists for your benefit as well as ours.
- Street shoes ruin dance floors – however it is important to understand that
the correct shoes are a very important part of learning to dance.
- Improper shoes will not only make it more difficult for you while learning to dance,
but they could also cause discomfort or injury during dancing.
- Acceptable shoes are suede-soled dance shoes or dress shoes with hard tan leather soles.
- Ladies! We highly recommend you wear shoes that stay on your foot when you
walk so that you may focus on learning to dance, rather than focusing on keeping
your shoes on your feet.
- Alternative choices are socks or white-soled tennis shoes / sneakers.
- Please note that these are acceptable, but
not recommended, alternatives due to the possibility
of slipping or sticking to the floor too much.
- Unacceptable choices are black-soled tennis shoes, flip-flops, sneakers or anything you
wore in with you.
Please be conscious of your shoes especially during the rainy season!
Most people know they should not wear street shoes on a gymnasium floor
because improper shoes can damage the expensive wood floorboards.
Please use the same respect and caution at the Ballroom and at any dance studio.
Thank you for helping to protect our dance floor!
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