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Tribal Fusion Basics


By Leila Matzke, Sherry Ceylan
Sunday 17:30 ‐ 19:00
*****Beginner
Bellydance Tribal Fusion

This class is dedicated to the basics of Tribal Fusion Bellydance. Together we learn the basic movements and postures that have their origins in oriental dance and flamenco, as well as in various urban dance styles such as popping and waving.

Tribal Fusion creates an illusion of fluid, snaky body movements coupled with the sensuality of oriental dance and the pride of flamenco.

Although the rather small, in-body movements are initially difficult to learn, it will get easier over time. Bellydance also helps you to connect with your femininity and will help you to become more self-confident in your own body.

To prepare for the Bellydance isolation technique, each class begins with targeted warm-up and core muscle training.

Hopefully, the training will not only give you more confidence, but also abdominal muscles. 😉

The work out also adds to your awareness of your core muscles, especially the abdominal muscles, the pelvic floor and your glutes.

 

The course is for beginners who have always been interested in Tribal Fusion Bellydance and beginners with previous knowledge who would like to work on their technique and have an extra training.

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JOIN THIS DANCE CLASS

If the class description above doesn't say otherwise, all of our classes are open drop in classes. That means you don't need to register for this class in advance. Just be at the studio about 15 minutes prior to the start time and sign in for the class at the front desk. More questions you might have you'll find answers to in our FAQ.

Leila Matzke
Tribal Fusion
Regular Teacher
Belly Dance Pilates Tribal Fusion Yoga


Languages

German
English
Hebrew
Portuguese

Language of instruction
German
English
Sherry Ceylan
Tribal Fusion
Guest Teacher
Belly Dance Indian Fusion Tribal Fusion


Languages

German
English

Language of instruction
German
English

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