Archive for the ‘Videos’ Category

Online Tap Lesson Features New 2.0 Floor

Tuesday, January 20th, 2015

I featured the New Portable Tap Floor 2.0 in the newest tap lesson series at In this one, I teach some fun tap steps inspired by Disclosure’s song “Latch” featuring Sam Smith.

You can see a demonstration of the tap steps with the music here.

To hear the 2.0 floor by itself & without music, watch this brief video I just shared on YouTube:


“Counting Stars” Tap Dance on The White Oak Floor

Friday, February 7th, 2014

If you want to hear the White Oak floor, just watch this short beginner level tap routine set to “Counting Stars” by One Republic. If you’re interested in learning this dance and more visit to access a library of my online tap lessons!

The Portable Tap Floor and Pilot Prep

Tuesday, March 19th, 2013

I recently received a message on the Portable Tap Floor Facebook Page from one my customers; Mr. John Scachetti who was recently featured in a leading role in the “Who Could Ask For Anything More” pilot. You can enjoy this wonderful video below.

According to John:

“i’ve been using my portable tap floor for 3 years, and it allows me to practice in my nyc apartment building without disturbing my neighbors. here is a link to a project i rehearsed for on the tap floor…”

Take a few moments to enjoy this wonderful clip…you’ll be looking forward to the next episode as much as I am. Good luck John and thanks!!

The Portable Tap Floor in Performance

Monday, June 13th, 2011

One of the floors sold on this site recently made a “supporting” appearance in a live tap performance!

Michael Herring does a great job of expressing himself to the classic tune “Cute” on one of our floors. Special thanks to him for allowing me to share it here!

Design your portable tap floor here today!

Online Tap Dancing Classes Feature “White Oak” Tap Floor

Thursday, May 5th, 2011

Tap Floors

I recently began recording new tap lesson videos for in my garage. For flooring I am using the Portable Tap Floor with “White Oak” upgrade.

If you would like to hear how much sound and tone this floor produces just visit my tap video blog and watch me demonstrate two of the combinations that I teach within the site.

While you’re there, join the email list to receive more online tap lesson videos!