THE SAFE DANCE CHECKLIST

“When we are unable to change a situation, we are challenged to change ourselves.”

We’ve put together the following guide for practicing dance at home.

We want you to stay dancing and feel connected to your dance circle, your studio, teachers and friends – but it is most important that you are doing it safely.  

As part of a huge community that extends around the world, we are a very resilient group and we’ll get through this together.

Stay safe and keep dancing!


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