Learn the Ancient Art Form of Belly Dance Have Fun with Lasting Results! Azura is currently teaching ongoing
belly dancing classes in the San Jose area. Please see classes offered below. She is also available for Private Classes for individual and small group instruction.
Combine a Private Group class with a
Performance at your Next Party!
Belly Dance Classes will introduce the student to belly dancing basics while providing a full-body workout. We will focus on body awareness, hip work, shimmies, body undulations and hand/arm techniques. Classes are designed to improve your health, body image, and creativity. Students will get a safe, thorough workout that will tone, balance and strengthen your body.
Questions? email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (408) 839-6365 for more information or to schedule instruction - start dancing today!
CLASS SCHEDULE FOR
FALL 2010 TO SUMMER 2011:
Beginning Belly Dance:
No prior experience needed. In this class the student will also learn the expressive qualities of Middle Eastern Dance through poise, fluidity of motion and musical interpretation. This class will introduce the student to Basic techniques; body positioning, simple dance combinations and more will be covered in this class.
Intermediate/Advanced Belly Dance:
This class is designed for dancers who have taken one or more beginning
sessions or who have prior belly dance experience. Be ready to move onto
new technique, combinations & choreography. In this class the student
will continue to learn the expressive qualities of Middle Eastern Dance
through poise, fluidity of motion and musical interpretation. We will
work with veil, layering and Intermediate and Advanced performance
Bring your finger cymbals!
This fun & fiery class will introduce Turkish Rom (Gypsy) technique fused with a Spanish Flare. Dancers will work with shawls (Manton), full skirts, finger cymbals, and more. Focus will be on gypsy technique & combinations, posture awareness & attitude. *Designed for dancers who have taken at least some classes before.*
Comfortable stretchy pants or leggings with a short top or tank top are best and a simple scarf around the hips. Foot attire is encouraged: Ballet slippers, Hermes sandals, lightweight Jazz shoes or socks are acceptable. You can go barefooted, but use caution when doing so. *A full circle skirt and a shawl are necessary for the Gypsy Class.*