Learn to Turn!

 

Ballet is a beautiful, challenging art form. Dancers who truly master their craft must first spend years improving their coordination, strength, and flexibility. The right training equipment makes a powerful difference in developing proper technique.

The Dance Board is effective and powerful enough for anyone who dances professionally. At the same time, it’s simple and easy to use, making it great for anyone who dances for fun. Consistent use of this turning board improves technique and strengthens the body.

Turning boards are used by everyone from professional dancers working on Broadway to 10-year-old girls working on their first pirouette. No matter what your skill level is or how small of a practice space you have, the Dance Board will help you go beyond your best.

 

Why Dance On Board?

At first glance, the Dance Board looks like a colorful piece of plastic with a solid black stripe running along the top. However, much like ballet, the beauty in the board lies behind a deceptive simplicity. The operation is simple: Stand, turn and learn.

Turning is made easier which allows you to concentrate on other techniques. The Dance Board is carefully shaped to improve forms and techniques specific to ballet. The subtle curve of the turn board allows dancers to turn flat-footed without having to be on pointe. This shifts focus to arm positioning and spotting while also improving overall muscle memory. Lightweight and portable, the Dance Board is perfect for just about anywhere.

Made from a smooth plastic, the board can safely be used at the dance studio, in the home and wherever else you train. Even when spinning at high speeds the board won’t scratch or mar hardwood, vinyl, Marley floors, carpet and most other flat surfaces. Transporting the Dance Board is a snap with the included carrying bag. This soft, durable bag protects the board from other items in the dance bag. Also keeps away dirt and dust which can interfere with the board’s friction.

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