Ah but then it becomes dance.
Yes it may look like, but dancing requires hard and intesive bodytraining also.
So one can practice different forms, the one for real fighting, and the other for training the body-skills that are needed.
We have in our training this differentiation, forms that can build up the connections in the body and open the Joints which are influenced by masmichi noros kinomichi, and forms for real application.
If you see only the "dancing-forms", you will see only half and get a limited impression.
Of course some people say it's dance, but our teacher takes it as a compliment, because it means for him we have a high quality of movement.