Learn to Belly Dance

Discover the beautiful art of Belly Dance, in a fun and supportive environment. Learn the basic roundabout veil1.JPGtechniques, such as the Shimmy, Figure 8s, Hip lifts, isolations and more. You will also learn to use props including veil, Double veil, cane and Isis wings.

Call Charni on 0416 236 132 or email happyhipsbellydance to book your place now!

Location
Endeavour Hills Neighbourhood Centre (Underneath the Leisure Centre)
10 Raymond McMahon Blvd, Endeavour Hills, Victoria, Australia.
Ph (03) 9700 3789

Advanced class Tuesdays, 6:30pm to 7:25pm

This class builds on the abilities learnt in intermediates with more complex moves, techniques and choreographies and props. Focus is on stagecraft, costuming, performance, and presentation (and fun!)


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Term 3 2017: July 18th – September 19th (10 week term)

Term 4 2017: October 10th – December 12th (10 week term)

Costs for 2017
10 week term = $140 ($120 concession).
Block of 8 weeks of classes = $115 ($95 concession)
Casual = $15 per class ($13 concession)
(Unattended classes must be made up in the same term only.)

“I’ve enjoybelly_dance_class2ed learning new choreographies and belly dancing styles/props, including your crazy tummy exercises 🙂 Its also good that you include opportunities for us to perform, it does give us a goal to master the choreographies.” – Deborah (Hughesdale)

Besides participating in belly dance classes, you may get the opportunity to perform. Some of the more recent performances include the Whitehorse Spring Festival, Kizmet Bazaar, Casey Multicultural Festival and the Dandenong Show. Having students perform increases self esteem and confidence.

Charni’s all-inclusive policy
Students from all ages and abilities are welcome. Charni has had students with illnesses or disabilities join in on regular evening classes, this has included, down syndrome, anxiety disorders (one student had a lovely companion dog who came to class) depression and self-esteem issues (such as connected to weight). Charni’s welcoming environment, a belief that anyone can learn (some just need a bit more time or a different way of teaching) as well as experience as a Life Coach and masters level of NLP helps students feel safe in learning something new. Lets face it, learning something new can be scary as well as exciting!

Wanting to learn belly dance, but feeling a bit shy? Have a look at our frequently asked questions such as “I’ve never danced before, can I learn?” “Is there an age limit?” and “Is it hard?” plus others. If you still have questions Charni is more than happy to answer them, you can either call on 0416236132 or email happyhipsbellydance.