Belly Dancing Entertainment, Lessons & History
Have you ever had the opportunity of seeing an oriental belly dancer in action?
Perhaps you’ve been out to a Middle Eastern Restaurant or maybe you’ve seen an Oriental Belly Dancer performing their skills at a wedding.
An experience like that can be very inspiring and you might have thought you would like to try it for yourself.
Belly dancing originated in Egypt spreading all throughout the Middle East all the way to South Eastern Europe.
It has now been established for many centuries as part of the celebrations and rite of passage in many countries.
As it spread, changes were made to fit with local customs and folkloric dances of those regions.
Belly Dancing Lessons
Like any form of dancing, Belly Dancing has health benefits if you use it as a form of exercise.
You can join a group lesson or you can have a more personalised one to one lesson.
Either way you will be developing skills of an Oriental Belly Dancer, with sharp technique, isolations and understanding of rhythm.
Belly dancing can increase your fitness level over certain periods of time. Developing strong technique will allow for greater muscle control and poised posture.
It may be that you just want to do a session as a one-off for a hen’s fun weekend. Bellydance is a great way to celebrate any all womens parties and gatherings.
A workshop run by Madame Oriental for 2 hours can be arranged to delight your guests.
Even if you are not up to taking lessons or doing a Belly Dancing taster session it can still be of benefit to you.
Dance is an intrinsic part of so many cultures so it doesn’t matter whether you are watching or taking part in it.
A Belly Dancing session it will touch those underlying senses you have of tradition and community.
The music with its rhythms and beats will align with your heartbeat, sooth and excite you.
Both the music and the exercise will release those all-important endorphins.
We all know these are good for you.
They leave you feeling a positive and upbeat sense of wellbeing which is always a good thing to have.
Give It A Try
So now you know a little more about Belly Dancing; it’s origins, the sparkle and fun it can bring to an occasion and the health benefits.
If you want to learn the art of being an Oriental Belly Dancer through attending classes contact Magda today.
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