Wait... I remember them as marley and not wood.
Hushinfazen I can't honestly say that all their studios are wood, and the floor in the one pic is obviously marley. However- I took both the RAD Teachers Training Course and subsequently, part of the Dance Masters of America course there this past summer. We were in at least two different studios, both of which had wood floors. And I didn't complete the DMA course because in doing a simple travelling chasse-through-2nd, across the floor thing, halfway across the floor my foot kept sliding, and sliding, forcing me into an awkward position, and further injured a meniscus injury. I had to drop out of the rest of the week's program, for which I had paid significant $. I didn't make a big deal out of it, since the knee had already been injured once. But being on that flippin' too slippery floor didn't help.
Parenthetically, do you think DMA bothered to call me and find out if I was okay? (They knew I had been injured). Nope. Well, I may go back and do the entire RAD course, but I'm done with DMA.
But not to be defeated, I'm performing a short solo as part of the Mozart Requiem suite we are premiering this month. I'm doing the whole thing on the floor. Good thing I studied all that modern and release technique, lol! How does the saying go? If you can't run, walk. If you can't walk, crawl. Guess I'm crawling now.