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Bellydance Basics: FLOW
Tuesdays and Thursdays  5:00 - 6:00pm  
Winter Hours   5:00 - 5:45pm

A dynamic and movement-dense hour of progressive warm-ups, bellydance basics, isolations, foot and arm patterns culminating in dancing a short and simple combination to put it all together.  The focus will be on continual moving practice, with lots of opportunity to drill movements, get into the body and experience the shapes, energy and stylization that animates this dance form.  This class is suitable for complete beginners as well as experienced dancers, and is a good warm-up for the more technically-focused and challenging Technique and Families classes.

Bellydance Technique: FOUNDATIONS
Tuesdays  6:00 - 7:00pm
Winter Hours 5:45 - 6:30pm

Open to all levels of experience, this class builds on the Bellydance Flow class with more attention to technique and to refining the mechanics of isolations.  Based on the Datura Style progressive studies created by Rachel Brice, this is a great class for students wanting to go deeper and acquire tools for ongoing practice.  We will dance with a weekly focus on a combination or short phrase, breaking down its parts, exploring, polishing and making it our own.

Bellydance Basics: FLOW
Thursdays 5:00 - 6:00pm   See above
Winter Hours 5:00 - 5:45pm

Tribal Style Bellydance: THE FOUR FAMILIES
Thursdays  6:00 - 7:00pm
Winter Hours 5:45 - 6:30pm

This class is based on the improvisational vocabulary of American Tribal  Style Bellydance®, a fusion form incorporating North African, Middle Eastern, Flamenco and Indian Folkloric and Classical dance forms and gestures.   The four families of movement that make up its “language” will be explored in depth, with attention to the specific posture, alignment and arm carriage that characterize this style and other Tribal Fusion forms that have evolved. We’ll be dancing the basic movements as well as variations of the Arabic, Egyptian, Bump and Shimmy Families.  Open to all dancers and especially those interested in dancing together improvisationally.