Dancers have become more comfortable in their own skin.
They are more comfortable to be themselves.
They aren’t afraid to have their hair pulled, their clothes off, their makeup on and their personalities seen.
The industry has seen a boom in new artists coming in, some of them bringing new faces to the dance game.
But the trends are changing.
Dance studio pictures are getting fewer, as studios that once gave us stars like Diddy, Bruno Mars, Bruno Sammartino and many more have become a relic.
The dance studio boom has also coincided with a trend among younger dancers to focus on their own careers and not the company they are associated with.
The trend has been fueled by the rise of the social media and YouTube era of sharing dance tips and photos.
Some studios have begun to cater to the new generation, releasing dance videos and music videos on Instagram.
Dance studio owners, meanwhile, have started to get a sense of what it takes to be a top DJ, a producer and a star in the industry.
For example, there is a movement of studio owners who have tried to make it their mission to be the most important person in their dance studio.
And now, they are taking the next step to be more involved with the community, taking part in local events, hosting social media events and more.
So, while the dance studios have continued to be important for dance fans, the dance scene has grown in the other direction.
It’s no longer the only scene of the dance world.
It is now the most diverse scene of any dance industry.
It has even attracted new types of dancers who have come in from other parts of the world.
A growing number of dance fans are interested in dancing at a more mainstream level.
There are many reasons for this shift, but I think the biggest factor is the rise in social media.
In the last 10 years, social media has become a major part of the dancing world.
Dance studios have become places to share and socialize.
Dance has become more of a social phenomenon than ever.
We are on social media now, dancing, socializing, sharing, sharing.
I think social media is the new dance.
And with this, dance is gaining more and more power.
Dance is no longer just a spectator sport.
Dance no longer is just for celebrities.
It now is a spectator sports sport, one that is happening now and will happen more and less in the future.
I don’t think it’s a coincidence that the dance boom started when Instagram came out and Instagram began giving a platform to a whole new audience.
What is next for the dance industry?
The biggest trend in dance studios today is the shift toward social media as the way to find out about the latest talent and the latest dance moves.
We now have Instagram.
We now have Facebook.
We have Snapchat.
And the dance community is now all about sharing, about connecting, about dancing, about the people who are part of it, and about what it means to be in the dance business.
How will the dance music scene evolve?
There is a new breed of dance music.
Many of the acts and DJs have begun mixing hip-hop and dancehall sounds.
Some of them have even started putting their own unique sounds into their dance tracks.
Dance music has taken a turn for the better.
Some dance music acts are making records, making videos, making music videos, releasing albums.
And some dance music artists are working with artists who are releasing new music.
Dance videos have become much more popular.
The dance industry is starting to catch up with the digital age.
So, it’s all about dance.