What Are Your Assumptions About Dance?

Hey daydreamers! Another quick post for y’all – in a couple weeks I thought it would be fun to do an Answering Your Assumptions About Dance post! So I need your help – let me know your assumptions about anything dance-related in the comments down below! It can be about pointe, ballet, dancer life, etc. If you need an example, I’ve done a similar post where I reacted to your assumptions about me here and here. Can’t wait to see what you guys come up with! You can expect the post in 1 or 2 weeks. πŸ™‚

Let me know your assumptions about dance in the comments below!

23 thoughts on “What Are Your Assumptions About Dance?

  1. Can’t wait to see how this turns out!
    Here are my assumptions:
    Dancers are petite.
    To be professional, it takes years of work and a ton of practice each week.
    Most Dancer are always in need of some dance related thing
    Dancers don’t like it when people say “dance isn’t a sport”.
    It’s hard to become friends with other dancers from other dance companies (totally random)
    Ballet is expensive
    Pointe shoes hurt your feet
    Dancers literally dance everywhere they want, no matter where or who is around

    Have fun!
    -Haley

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  2. I know I’m a dancer and so I’m probably disqualified hehe, but I do have a few assumptions about you as a dancer specifically!
    You dance 3 days a week
    You dance (on average) 2-3 hours each day
    And You want to go professional one day!
    ❀

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  3. I am also a dancer. But I’m not super experienced! So here I go!

    Dancers are very strong.
    Professional dancers feet are really beat up and cut.
    Professional dancers have to be committed to dance, and their time has to be based on dance.

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  4. Ooh fun!
    -you have to dance multiple times a week to be good at it.
    -there’s a lot of pressure being a dancer
    -dancing tends to cause you to miss other activities

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