The only dancing I've done nude (other than at home) has been line dancing at Cypress Cove. They have a dj on the weekends and there is always a few dances out by the main pool.
We try to get a seat in Cheeks before the DJ sets up, but that isnt always possible (this was pre-COVID). On Thursdays you get a free glass of wine with dinner in the Lakeside (again pre-COVID) if dining nude so we always make sure to go to the Lakeside on Thursdays. The DJ would play there after dinner. Friday afternoons the DJ is also out on the beach. All good chances to do some dancing.
We are regular dancers at local dance clubs, and we've danced just a small amount nude at resorts. At Mira Vista, almost everyone was clothed at the dance, with very few nude or even semi-nude. The dance was fun, though. We've danced nude outdoors at a couple of other resorts, and thoroughly enjoyed it. We're always looking for places to dance and hope we'll find a place for some nude dancing when travel opens up again.
having been a naturist for many years, dancing naked for me felt so alien, i'm not a good dancer so being nude would look even worse, my tackle swinging around and my portly body, Our naturist club regularly has music events where members get up to dance, for a long time i didn't take part. so one night after a few drinks and the dance floor being packed, so if i danced in the middle no one would see me, decided to give it a go. never looked back, had a brilliant night, now i have no problem even on an empty dancefloor, my wife also enjoys these events more as before we would simply sit and socialise, dancing nude isn't more fun or more erotic than dancing dressed, but it can make a good evening even better.
Our favorite activity when we go to a Nudist Resort are the weekend and holiday dances. The best organized and well attended dances are at Laguna del Sol in Sacramento, CA. Most of the time there are about 20% nude couples dancing. On regular weekends, Friday and Saturday nights, they have a DJ dance from 8PM to 1AM. On 3 day holiday weekends they usually have a live band one of the nights, which we don't attend as it is too loud. Sometimes they have dance night themes and may have special 'all nude' dances. One of our favorite themes was the "Sock Hop" where most people wore only socks.
On occasion the DJ dance starts at 7PM to encourage young kids to attend ( the bar is closed except for soft drinks ). We have gone to several these with my sister's family and their grand kids ( ranging from 10 to 16 yrs old ) and have had fun dancing with all of them.