Spring Session 2 - Beginner Saturdays

C$50.00Price

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Class log in is open 15 mins prior to class

 

ZOOM ONLINE SESSION 2: June  1 - June 27

Saturdays 9:00 - 10:00 am 

 

Is Eight is Enough ?

Yes, yes it is!  From head to toe how many Figure 8's do you know?  How many do you use? The Figure 8 is an one of the most interchangeable and adaptable movements in the bellydance language. Big or small the Figure 8 can say it all. 


In this class we will be working on the 6  Figure 8s through isolated drills and a combination with transitions and elevations. 

The Circlesphere

Round and round we go where we stop well.. thats up to you.  Just like the Figure 8, circles are a move that fits almost every occasion. Circles can be playful and innoncent or cheeky and seductive. 


In this class dancers we will work through internal and external circles in drills and combination patterns, includidng adding basic shimmy layers.  

Shimmy Baby, YEAH

Let's face it you can not have Bellydance without a shimmy! But just what shimmy is the your shimmy?  Shimmies do not need to be static beings they can travel, elevate and be part of bleneded movements.   Shimmies do not need to be fast but the do need to be consitent.... Fear not the shimmy!

 

In this class we will explore the three shimmies; the Egytpain, the Wobble and the 3/4 Shimmy

Its a Wrap - A Veil Wrap that is!

Veil wraps are more then just to cover you up when your backstage.  They can unveil you to the audience and seduce them in a moment.  They can change the mood in constrast transitions and bring drama to your dance.  They are an underused jewel. 

In this class dancers will explore 3 veil wraps for "vingette" bellydance combinations.

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