Serendipity Posted May 17, 2009 Report Share Posted May 17, 2009 Hello again, Our teachers have been very good about not having us jump or do too many releves (except for pointe) on the concrete, tiled floors of the one temp facility and, quite frankly, my ankles are doing extremely well under the new conditions. I'm rather surprised. For the rest of the summer, though, we'll be in a room with a wood floor that is over cork of about an inch thick. The wood is quite hard and thick in and of itself, not reallyb very giving. I've seen the rise level as the cork is very visible at the door frame. And, of course, it's over standard concrete. How safe would it be to jump on this type of floor? Just curious if any have had any experience of this sort. Thanks! S. Quote Link to comment
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