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Let’s do some drilling today! This one has a foot pattern and lots of different hip directions and textures going on! We’ll start out with the feet and then add one piece at a time. Once we’re done, you might decide it’s a short combo! Don’t forget! The Practical Anatomy & Body Mechanics for Bellydance Lecture + Movement Class is only a week away! Are you registered yet?
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It’s 6:30 am. I am 30,000 feet above somewhere. I’ve been up since 2:30 am. I can’t sleep on a plane, but I’ll try to get as close as possible since I don’t have the luxury of a day to adjust to a different time zone before diving into the obligations on my calendar. I came prepared. I loaded my iPod not only with interesting podcasts to catch up on, but with original recordings of
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This week’s combo uses lots of beginner level bellydance movements with a nice sense of musicality! If you are learning (or teaching) this combo, you can choose to add the arms with the travelling and opening section, or just focus on the feet and hips at first. If you are a instructor, be sure to check out my upcoming lecture + movement class! Practical Anatomy & Body Mechanics for Bellydance – packed with lots of
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This year’s East Coast tour took through Ithaca, NY again. I was there teaching and performing with Taksim Ithaca last year, and was super-excited to be able to return to this wonderfully artsy community of dancers and musicians for more! While I was there, I got to be a guest on Alicia Free’s fantastic podcast, “A Little Lighter”. If you haven’t listened to this podcast yet, check it out! It is a delightful mix of
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May 26, 2019

More Magency!

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It’s here – part 2 of that magency combination! If you missed part 1 you can find it here. This one is full of fun accented travelling and turns to cover space and welcome your audience to the show! Are you inspired to do more with this song? You can find the music here! How did you like this one? Let me know in the comments 🙂
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