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Believe it or not, musicians and belly dancers can coexist. Recently, I had the honor of meeting Sands Ethereal, a vibrant movement of music and dance.
Sarah Skinner's I Love Turkish Belly Dance!
Sarah Skinner is a belly dancer living in New York. This DVD was released in 2007, but I recently purchased this fantastic DVD.
Scheherazade speaks of the Merchant and the Genie
This is part one of The Arabian Nights. Scheherazade sacrificed her freedom, so that no other woman was executed by the Sultan. However, she was able to stay alive, telling her amazing stories.
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.
Setting Goals for the New Year
A new year, means a fresh start. All of us love the idea of setting new goals. How to keep up with them is the tricky part.
Shelaby's Fez Documentary Project
On July 14, 2013, dancers and musicians will come together to celebrate the legendary Fez nightclub in Los Angeles, California. Roxanne Shelaby, daughter of founder Lou Shelaby, is raising funds for this wonderful documentary.
Shimmy Mob 2015
Every year on May 9, dancers from all over the world celebrate World Belly Dance. In conjunction with promoting belly dance all over the world, Shimmy Mob raises awareness and funds for abused women and children organizations.
It is one of the most basic moves in belly dance. Some grasp the concept, while others struggle. Here are some pointers to help you understand the movement.
Soraya - A Natural Born Middle Eastern Dancer
SORAYA, a gifted and multi-talented dancers shares her open, honest & candid thoughts about the dance, the art and the attitude needed to be a successful, respected Middle Eastern dancer.
Stretching for Belly Dancers
Just because you are dancing, does not mean you can ignore warming up your muscles. The music may sound just perfect, and you may think that you can start doing shimmies and hip drops. That is not the case. Give your muscles the attention they deserve before and after your practice.
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