Do you ever have troubles maintaining balance while dancing? Do you get dizzy sometimes, and feel that reduces your dance ability?
If you do, then take a look at this. It has a whole section dedicated to improving balance and removing dizziness.
---- A letter from a fellow dancer ----
How does one develop strong balance for standard dances? Are there any specific exercises?
---- Response ----
Thank you for the email. A lot of people have issues with balance and dizziness while dancing, and want to know what they can do about it quickly. So this is definitely a good question to discuss.
Fortunately, balance is just like fitness, flexibility and mental ability. If you exercise it, then it gets better. Obviously the question is: what kind of exercises?
Much of balance comes from the feet so anything to strengthen them will help. You can also subject yourself to lots of spinning or vigorous movement that normally makes you dizzy. You will eventually get over this and be more balanced. It's a bit like sailors getting their sea legs.
Probably the easiest way I have found is using Franklin balls.
When I want to improve my balance I just stand on them for 10 or so minutes each night while watching TV. Once that's easy, try standing on one foot or moving more while standing on them. People normally notice an improvement within a couple of weeks, but we're all different.