Injury Prevention + Apolla Dance Shocks go hand & hand (or should we say foot & foot)

Injury Prevention + Apolla Dance Shocks go hand & hand (or should we say foot & foot)

Written by
Kolissa Manchan
Wednesday 13, 2018

Jaimie Goodwin is working hard to raise awareness of injury prevention for dancers and teachers.  It is such an important topic for all dancers and we are honored to be mentioned for pioneering supportive footwear.  Check out this amazing article. #WeAreApolla #apollaperformance

Apolla Performance … not Apollo! Have you seen that dance sock with the alpha on the back of those black, nude or teal socks at a convention? Or maybe that open heel sock that is sleek and supportive? You have found what you are looking for! All of Apolla Shocks are dance socks that are as durable or more so than any other dance shoe or dance sock on the market. What is truly remarkable about them is the sports science technology to make these high quality compression dance socks that have arch support, ankle stability, and energy absorption. All of our Shocks also have the option of our amazing invisible customizable traction! The traction makes these dance socks have the perfect grip when you need it, but allows for gliding. All Apolla Shocks also are anti-microbial and moisture-wicking. They are the revolutionary dance sock that will replace your dance shoes and dance socks… there is an Apolla Shock for every style, floor, class and convention!

Comments: 1

Lisa Lees
Lisa Lees

Oct 07, 2019

My daughter has been wearing Apolla Shocks for about 2 years now and they have really made a difference. She is flat-footed and dyspraxic (of course she wants to be a dancer!), so having excellent support whilst dancing is actually very important for her. Before she got her Shocks, she would often be in agony after a day of dancing, but now she’s much more comfortable, if still tired! Now her 12 year old cousin wants some for her birthday, so that’s what she’ll be getting from this auntie!


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