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Posture is key when it comes to performing. A bellydancer who stands tall and proud, reveals elegance. Not only is posture important for peformance reasons, but correct posture prevents injury.
That One Special Gift
There is no need to stress yourself out at the last minute. The best gift to give is time. A few ideas for fellow belly dancers who have no idea what to give this year.
It is that song that you want to dance to, but somehow put if off. Hearing it over and over, you have imagined yourself performing to it. Donīt put it off any longer. In one weekend, you can choreograph a routine to your desired piece of music!
The Hip Shimmy Burns Calories and is an Exciting Belly Dance Move
Looking for a great cardio? The hip shimmy is the answer. Done correctly, this movement raises the heart rate. In dance, the hip shimmy "wows" just about anyone.
Belly Dancing Goes to the Core
The focus of belly dance is at the core, the abdominal muscle. From the core, come sensuous movements of the chest and hips. There are several movements that srengthen this area of the body.
The Dynamic Relationship of Music and Dance
There is a foundation to every known dance type on earth. From ballet to belly dance, it is a given that the human body responds to music through dance.
Leela's Arabia Exotica 2006
This show has received great reviews in the past. This year should be no exception. Bellydancers will take the stage along with Leela and her dance troupe.
The Dancing Lotus Newsletter
Only at Bellaonline.com, will you be able to submit to the belly dance newsletter called The Dancing Lotus. Each newsletter will feature information about a goddess, chakra, tales of the lotus, and belly dance tips.
See a Belly Dance Performance
Loving the art of belly dance not only comes from within, but from watching others who share the same passion. Make an effort to see performances.
Moving Beyond your First Lesson
Tips in getting past the first workout/dance lesson. Doing this on your own takes confidence and practice.
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