Dancebibles: We love dance & dancing:
DanceBibles.com is run by a team of dancers, editors and just people in love with dance – including professionals in various individual dance styles, honing our experience over years of practice. We’re sharing our experience (which, by the way, in total are more than 45 years), views, research, interesting articles, product reviews and lots more. And it does not matter if you are a beginner, or a professional, or a parent of a child who is engaged in dancing, everyones welcome!About Us
Dancing topics we cover:
DanceBibles is here for all dancers, from those with years of experience, to those with an interest to get started in dancing and everything between. We covers a whole spectrum of dance topics to promote learning and interest about dancing. These topics include:
Covering everything from the grace and technicality of ballet and specifics like ballet feet care, through to the raw urban expression of street dance styles such as krump and hip-hop. On the way we stop at ballroom, folk and world dances ;like KPop, belly dance and so much more. If you’re interested in pole dancing, then you’re in luck too – our founder has brought her wealth of experience to the site, including our most popular article on top pole moves for beginners.
In this section of the site, we share the experience of our team to tackle a variety of topics from stretching as a dancer, all the way to doing the splits, through to hairstyles for dance classes and competitions. Hopefully some of these will save you some time and give you pointers that will help you as a dancer.
We find it fascinating to build our knowledge of how the history of dancing has developed for many of the different dance styles and across countries and cultures around the world. Famous dancers is another interesting area where we cover the likes of the best street dancers and choreographers.
Dance Equipment Reviews
To dance your best, it helps to have the right equipment and accessories. Dance shoes being top of the list (unless you use a pole). Beyond that we cover equipments such as knee pads and dance bags to put everything in. We’re also enjoying the availability more recently of online dance classes to hone and expand your skills are invaluable, so we take a look at these also.