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Alt Serpentine Belly Dance / Tribal Fusion – Level 3 & 4- Intermediate / Advanced – Drop in! @Pineapple

Kerry Darkstar 15 Jan 2011 by Tanja Nikola-084Alternative Serpentine Bellydance / Tribal Fusion – taking your dance to the next level, working towards Performance!

PLEASE NOTE – NO CLASS ON OCTOBER 11TH – I AM ON HOLIDAY. CLASS AS NORMAL ALL OTHER WEEKS.
Pay as you go – join us for one hour or if you are looking for that extra refinement stay for 1.5 hours, the choice is yours. PICK UP A CLASS CARD, COLLECT 8 STAMPS AND GET A FREE CLASS ON ME! See below how it works..

Option one
Thursdays – 8.00 – 9.00pm – Studio 10 at Pineapple
Price £10 – payable in class – cash only

Option Two
Thursdays – 8.00 – 9.30pm – Studio 10 at Pineapple
Cost £15 – payable in class – cash only

Drop in is available every week, no need to book just turn up and bring cash on the night. Pick up your class card on your first visit, collect 8 stamps and get one FREE CLASS! Class cards can be used across all classes excluding workshops. (PLEASE NOTE – DOES NOT INCLUDE PINEAPPLE DAY FEE of £4) 

Level 3 / 4 Serpentine Bellydance

This class is for the committed dancer who wants it all! This class allows time for dance drills from the refinement of fundamentals to more challenging cool combinations, choreography and optional performances.
What more could you wish for in a class!

Red rock halloween 3In this series of  Alternative Serpentine Belly Dance / Tribal Fusion Belly Dance classes we will focus mainly on drilling exciting lock pop combinations, a variety of turns and spins along with  belly rolls, undulations and the essential side winder for that uber serpentine fusion feel. These are some of the core skills you will need in your serpentine tribal fusion belly dance to help you develop and refine your movement vocabulary taking it to the next level and beyond.

How the class works..

The first section of the class – 8.00 until 9.00pm allows for..

Exploration of Dance Fundamentals
Drills and Refinement
Short Combinations
Fun and Dancing

IMG_0900The second section of the class – 9.00 till 9.30pm allows for..

A 5 minute water break
Placing combinations into longer choreography
Setting of group formations
On and off stage entrances and exits
Students questions
Bonding as a group
Where time allows – simple formation changes
Stretching and cool down


What to expect in class..

This class starts with a Jazz / Ballet inspired conditioning and stretch workout important for any belly dancer wanting to gain a strong dance technique while strengthening and sculpting the body to improve posture, body confidence and clean footwork.

We are a fun and easy going class suitable for those new to dance, beginner improver’s and intermediate dancers who just want to focus on drills and executing clean technique. We work hard, achieve as a team and dance! Come along and try a new style of belly dance.

Camden Glamour 1Want to Perform?

Dedicated students have regular performance opportunities in shows across the London area throughout the year. Find out more in class.

About Pineapple Dance Studios..

Find me every week in studio 10. The studio has floor to ceiling mirrors with sprung floors. Wear comfortable clothing you can move in, bear foot is best or a jazz or ballet shoe or just your socks if you have sensitive feet. Yes you can keep your belly covered. Changing rooms are in the basement and water fountains can be found on the basement level and cafe area.

Pineapple charges an additional daily membership/door fee of £4 which is to be paid at reception on entering the studio. Further membership details can be found on linehttp://www.pineapple.uk.com/membership.html

Pineapple Dance Studios – http://www.pineapple.uk.com/location
Studio 10
7 Langley Street
Covent Garden
London
WC2H 9J
Closest tube Covernt Garden, Leicester Square, Holbon for the Piccadilly and Northern Lines.

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