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Kalima

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PostSubject: Dancing sessions   Sun 1 Nov - 16:50

Hi!
So I've been dancing for a while, took some lesson but never got to the professionnal level, no, far from there.
Still I think I can teach some stuff!
I've been doing egyptian bellydance, tribal fusion and long time ago I was dacing modern jazz. I found my own dancing style, quite close to tribal fusion but more free, I consider I dance right when I really feel like everything can be a move. Smile
Here for whose who wonder what is tribal fusion:

(and modern jazz is just like in a Britney Spears clip if you wonder...)

How I picture a dance lesson:
Soft dancing warm-up and strechings, then I teach one or two specific moves to learn to isolate a particular part of the body, or to give a particular "dancing-tool", and then I'll try to push the natural dancer who's inside of each one to come out and free enougth for you to express your own dance and work on it.
I picture it short (45mn), progressivly intensive (soft warm-up, medium for the specific moves and then intensive free-dancing for the last 15mn), at least twice a week. In the morning can be good cause it provides lot of energy. Smile

I'll take any advice, suggestion, critic, or enthousiastic agreement! Wink
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PostSubject: Re: Dancing sessions   Wed 10 Feb - 3:52



Some more dancing!! *-* Amazing dancer she is!

And for those who wonder, yes males dance that as well:



Classe, eh? We won't especialy dance this style, but learning some of those moves can unblock a lot of skills! Wink
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