It is necessary to be prepared for intense SUN, every class and practice we can spend a long time exposed to it. You can seriously impair your participation throughout the course if you neglect sun protection, especially in the early days. Some people have special sensitivity on the lips for both sun and salt water and some specific protector will do well. For environmental care, it is preferable to wear sun protective clothing (see in equipments) than using abusively sunscreen. Despite such a sun and temperature of water, it is more than common to feel COLD because of the great time inside the water and the state of relaxation that one reaches by the dance that we train. Each body has a different psychophysical resistance to cold in the water, but can really be a very challenging experience for some, especially the beginners. Once again, clothing suitable for aquatic practices can be very welcome (see equipments). In this way, these factors of SUN and WATER TEMPERATURE, in addition to the TIDE conditions, must be observed every day to determine the class schedules and practices. Without forgetting that we are "in nature" and its surprises, such as RAIN. The sea in Moreré is very safe in relation to MARINE ANIMALS (humans are not usually very safe for them), but occasionally we may have to deal with the possibility of being touched by a jellyfish. Unpleasant, but not terrible. The sea is a living, moving environment, and being quiet and prepared for its conditions is ESSENTIAL not only for pleasure and individual safety, but for the very group´s quality and class development.