is an art of middle Eastern dance which features the natural roundness of the
female body. It includes moves such as belly rolls, back bends, walking shimmy
and many more. Many belly dance moves start with the hips, so this is where to
start working on for a beginner.
its best, belly dance looks effortless, graceful and engaging. Though it may
look easy, learning to belly dance beautifully is challenging. Diligent study
and practice are necessary to train your body to respond to the music with
ease and grace. DanzeFit prepares students to reach their individual dance
goals, whether they include simply having a fun workout or eventually
performing on stage.
Repeated exposure to class material will also help you to build
the movements into your muscle memory and experience the nuance of the music
and each movement. Practice, patience and consistent class attendance are
essential to getting the most out of your dance experience.
woman is a goddess and even though we play the roles of wife, mother,
daughter, sister, co-worker, maid, and friend, we are WOMEN first and MUST
take time for ourselves. The movements of bellydance are complimentary to a
woman's body and I like to teach it in a way that every woman can do this.
Many of the moves you already do in your daily lives and don't realize it. The
technique is safe for all ages, body shapes, and no one is too "uncoordinated"
to learn. Let me show you what I mean and how simple it really is for you to
connect to your inner-goddess. It really is a great stress reliever and a
wonderful way to nurture and love yourself.
Belly Dance Beginner/Absolute Beg.
Want to shake it like Shakira?! Come along to Beginners Belly Dance where you
will learn the basics to get you moving your hips with hypnotic rhythm. This
class will get you familiar with the Middle Eastern beats, strengthen your
posture, tone your abs, increase your co-ordination as well as your confidence
and importantly you will have a load of fun whilst loosing your inhibitions!
No experience necessary - learn something new and fun every week!
What to wear
Dress-up and play the Princess part! Come to class in a fitted or mid-driff
baring top - basically something that will allow you to see the movements of
your stomach to ensure you are doing the moves correctly. Comfy pants or
skirt. A long silky scarf that can be tied around your hips. Bare feet. Towel.