Alt Serpentine Bellydance / Tribal Fusion – Level 2 Improvers to intermediate – Drop In Anytime! @Urdang2


Serpentine Tribal Bellydance Level 2 for improver’s to the intermediate dancer.
When – Wednesdays
Time – 8.00 till 9.00pm
Venue – Urdang 2
Studio address – Urdang2, 259 Goswell Road, London, EC1V 7AH

Nearest tube – Angel
Price – £10 DROP IN IS ALWAYS AVAILABLE EVERY WEEK, NO NEED TO BOOK IN ADVANCE JUST TURN UP ON THE NIGHT. Pick up your class card from me when you pay at your first visit. Collect 8 stamps and get a FREE CLASS!  DROP IN PRICE £10 payable to the teacher in class (cash only)

Class in Brief..
Starting from the ground up we learn the core movements of Alternative Serpentine Bellydance (Formally – Tribal Fusion Bellydance) refining crisp lock pop combinations with contrasting serpentine style!.. This is a beginner / general level class suitable for Improvers and those new to bellydance or more advanced dancers simply wishing to refine technique. Join us and learn to dance for yourself!

What is Alternative Serpentine Bellydance / Tribal Fusion Bellydance ???
Alternative Serpentine Belly Dance / Tribal Fusion Belly Dance – is a powerful, mysterious and hypnotic style of belly dance. A new generation of belly dancer has evolved and this particular form of belly dancing takes elements from popular dance styles such as hip hop, flamenco, classical Indian and ballet which are fused together to create this exciting new wave of modern fusion belly dance.

tanja_photoshoot-072What to expect in class..
In 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.

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 advancing beginner improver’s and intermediate dancers wanting to work on a clean technique while piecing a routine together. We work hard, achieve as a team and dance! Come along and try a new style of belly dance.

The studio and what to wear..Farey 11
Find me at Urdang 2 every Wednesday.  The studio has floor to ceiling mirrors with sprung floors. Wear comfortable clothing you can move in, go bear foot or wear socks for comfort, alternatively a jazz or ballet shoe if you have sensitive feet. Yes you can keep your belly covered however a fitted top helps both you see your movement better in the mirror. Leggins and a tank top works best, wear a simple hip scarf  for your comfort if you prefer to.

Dedicated students have regular performance opportunities at fun community based events, bellydance haflas and steampunk events across the London area throughout the year. Find out more in class and let me know you are working towards performance. Performance is never compulsory it is only for when you feel ready. 

urdang2Pay as you go. DROP IN IS ALWAYS AVAILABLE EVERY WEEK, NO NEED TO BOOK IN ADVANCE JUST TURN UP ON THE NIGHT. Pick up your class card on your first visit, collect 8 stamps and get one FREE CLASS! DROP IN PRICE £10 

Getting to the studio..
Urdang2 is only 5 to 10 minutes walk from Angle tube station. If walking from the tube turn left out of the station walking towards the junction. At the traffic lights turn left and cross over the road to via right as you walk down Goswell Road passing Virgin Active. Walk for approximately 4 minutes passing Friend Street on your right. Urdang2 will be on your right. Buzz the door to reception.urdang2 studio

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