May 10, 2018

Bellyshare

BELLYSHARE is a new style of workshop that features FIVE instructors of differing styles teaching FIVE new combos to add to your dance menu of movement.

 

Yasmina Parker

Yasmina Parker‘s style of dance is American Cabaret, which is known as “vintage” style now with tribal fused in. American style is a fusion of many styles of belly dancing in itself and with tribal added in it creates a unique blend. Yasmina fell in love with this beautiful art form back in the 80’s and has been sharing her love of dance by teaching, performing, performance videos, TV show and her labor of love website, www.joyofbellydancing.com.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pamela Hopkins from Prescott.
Pamela says…..Over the years my “style” has changed with my age and my body type. I have taught and performed a variety of styles of dance including belly dance, ROM (or gypsy style), African drum and dance, fire spinning and country. I have gifted all my “cabaret-type” costuming and now focus on more of a free style of swirling skirts with a little African fused in. I love to share my joy in the dance via performing and teaching!
BELLYSHARE is a new style of workshop that features FIVE instructors of differing styles teaching FIVE new combos to add to your dance menu of movement.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Heather Hawkins.

Co-founder of Saharan Silk, Heather was originally trained in ballet, but after learning raqs sharqi Bellydance was hooked on this beautiful dance. She has recently also been bringing in her Latin background for a complete fusion full of emotion.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mahin

Mahin has been studying, performing and teaching Middle Eastern dance for over 15 years. She teaches workshops nationally and internationally and is the author or the “Bellydance Quickies”. Mahin is also the Artistic Director of Dreams of Arabia Music & Dance Ensemble, owner of One World Dance and Music Studio in Phoenix.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Why Not? BELLYDANCE

WhyNot serves up fresh, fun, and theatrical tribal style movement with a side dish of humor. Born from Troupe Salamat, Why Not? continues to develop signature combos based on past and current dance forms. Why Not? Combos are always diverse, layered, easily countable, and make a great addition to your dance vocabulary!