I have been studying the art of Belly Dance for over 12 years and I am well versed in folkloric, cabaret and fusion styles. I'm currently offering a traditional intro class were I would teach the fundamentals of the dance and the history of where the different styles come from. I am also offering a class more geared around fitness. In this class I will teach 2-3 combos that will link together allowing for a good cardio workout. Both classes will begin with a warm-up and stretching and will end with a quick cool down. I am currently teaching at a dance school in Johnsburg and I am seeking to expand my teaching in other areas. I am forever a student in that I continue my education in Belly Dance and bring what I learn back to my classes.
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I tell them a bit about when I startrd to study belly dance. Then we warm up and I show them the different moves while trying to keep it light and fun. I always encourage questions.
I have studied with local and international instructors from all over the country. I attend Tribal Revolution every year to continue my education and then I share what I learn. I also have 40 hours of study with Journey Through Egypt 1 & 2.
I try to work with studios to help encourage new students to try it out.
I wanted to develop my ideas into dance and I want to share what I have learned. It’s beautiful to see a student grow.
I have worked with students who have dance experience but also have worked with dancers who claim to have no rythem but I can help them find it. I have also worked with kids.
I did my first workshop at a local yoga studio and we had a great time learning and dancing. Here are more workshops scheduled.
Speak with the teacher and find out what their background is. I have made the mistake once taking a class from someone who really didn’t know what she was doing. It out the students in danger of injury.
Sometimes a student may not know what to ask so I will ask them what they hope to achieve from taking my class and then we work on their goals together.