Egyptian Belly Dance Intermediate (16+) Newcastle - Dance City

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Egyptian Belly Dance Intermediate (16+) Newcastle

A fun and focused class
Adult Class
Newcastle
Dates:
Wed 23 Jan 2019 7:00pm
Wed 30 Jan 2019 7:00pm
Wed 06 Feb 2019 7:00pm
Wed 13 Feb 2019 7:00pm
Wed 20 Feb 2019 7:00pm
Wed 27 Feb 2019 7:00pm
Wed 06 Mar 2019 7:00pm
Wed 13 Mar 2019 7:00pm
Wed 20 Mar 2019 7:00pm
Wed 27 Mar 2019 7:00pm
Class times: Every Wednesday 7-8pm
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What is it?
Egyptian Belly Dance is for people of all shapes and sizes and is a great way to have fun whilst exercising. The origins of belly dance can be traced into the mists of time. Passed down from mother to daughter, it is still practised throughout the Middle East. Predominately a social dance, it has been elevated to a highly technical art form by the top professional dancers. This intermediate Egyptian belly dance class builds on the technique learnt in the beginner’s class. You increase your range of moves and learn more about the context, music and background. Most terms you work towards a piece of choreography, each term the technique involved varies as does the style of dance and style of music used. 'fun but focused’ describes this class

Who is it for?
Anyone aged 16+ who has mastered the basics in the Level one class and wants to take it further.

What should I wear?
Something loose and comfortable: leggings, elasticated skirt - nothing too restrictive. Bare feet so no need to worry about footwear.

What do I need to bring?
Your own hip scarf. If Kay works with a prop there may be some spares however students are expected to acquire their own.

Teacher Kay Taylor
Kay is the longest established Belly Dance teacher in the North East. Her inclusive and inspirational teaching style is in demand throughout the UK and she teaches at various national belly dance festivals

Please let the ticket office know if you have any additional needs, if you feel comfortable in doing so. If you are pregnant, have an injury or an existing medical condition we would recommend that you seek professional advice before attending a class.
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