13 Wessel Rd

between 8 & 9 av

Wessel Rd

Sandton

2128

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.0734309

28.0607262

12 Fountain Rd

Fountain Rd

Sandton

2021

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.025293

27.998303

Kelvin Dve

Morninglen Shopping Centre

Kelvin Dve

Sandton

2146

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.06658

28.07362

56 Conrad Dve

Conrad Dve

Randburg

2194

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.116117

28.008896

Bowling Av

Morning Glen Mall

Bowling Av

Sandton

2196

Gauteng

South Africa

Edson Cres Maxwell Dve

Sunninghill Village Shopping Cntr

Edson Cres Maxwell Dve

Sandton

2157

Gauteng

South Africa

Dancing supplies

Choreography is not the only factor enhancing perfection of the dance moves, dancing supplies also do. Dancing supplies enable the art of dancing to be delivered in an entertaining and professional manner to the audience.

Shoes are designed for a particular dance, for example tap dancers. Their shoes have a metal tap on the heel and toe so as to generate the rhythm by the tapping of their feet on the floor. Also ballet shoes are lightweight so as to enable the dancer to retain maximum flexibility and they have a box within the front part that enables the dancer to stand on their toes and be able to get a balance.

Each type of dance has its own unique attire - belly dancers wear bikinis or tiny tops leaving the navel exposed. They then put on a sarong on top of their panties that swing in accordance with the rhythm making the dance fun to watch.

Dance performances vary as they all tell a different story. Having different costumes for each dance in different material and colours assist in telling the story. For example, Zulu dance requires animal skin for costume material, gum boot dancers wear mine clothing (overalls, gum boots and helmets) because it is a mine dance.

Dance attires are made in different designs so as to enhance the moves of the dancer's body to give an appealing performance to the audience.

To find more about dancing supplies, browse our Yellow Pages listings on www.yellowpages.co.za

 

Dancing supplies

Choreography is not the only factor enhancing perfection of the dance moves, dancing supplies also do. Dancing supplies enable the art of dancing to be delivered in an entertaining and professional manner to the audience.

Shoes are designed for a particular dance, for example tap dancers. Their shoes have a metal tap on the heel and toe so as to generate the rhythm by the tapping of their feet on the floor. Also ballet shoes are lightweight so as to enable the dancer to retain maximum flexibility and they have a box within the front part that enables the dancer to stand on their toes and be able to get a balance.

Each type of dance has its own unique attire - belly dancers wear bikinis or tiny tops leaving the navel exposed. They then put on a sarong on top of their panties that swing in accordance with the rhythm making the dance fun to watch.

Dance performances vary as they all tell a different story. Having different costumes for each dance in different material and colours assist in telling the story. For example, Zulu dance requires animal skin for costume material, gum boot dancers wear mine clothing (overalls, gum boots and helmets) because it is a mine dance.

Dance attires are made in different designs so as to enhance the moves of the dancer's body to give an appealing performance to the audience.

To find more about dancing supplies, browse our Yellow Pages listings on www.yellowpages.co.za

 

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