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Oriental Dance

A mesmarizing way of movement

Oriental dance has its origins in North Africa and the Middle East. A wide variety of movements make your body supple, strong and fit. It is an isolation dance: not all movements are in the same rhythm or in the same direction. You learn to use the different parts of your body separately. It is as if different storylines are being built up simultaneously in the dance, with the shoulders and hips doing the accentuating.

Belly dance is traditionally danced alone. It is playful, rebellious, powerful, spiritual and sensual. The music guides you to different rhythms in a dance. You learn to control your body, work on your overall posture, improve your balance and your (muscle) co-ordination and condition will improve. And it has a positive effect on your self-confidence. Feel how the oriental rhythms make you shiver and the melodies flow through your body. Try something new and explore your sensual side with belly dancing.

IMPORTANT

The first lesson is a trial lesson. If you also want to follow the other seven lessons, please transfer the payment for the start of the next (2e) lesson via the payment link you received via e-mail when you registered. Please note that you have to register in order to be able to take part in the trial lesson!

This course is only for employees and students with avalid Union-/Campuscard

Further information: Joke Sanchez, Coordinator Cultural Education, Sport&Culture, cultuurcentrum@utwente.nl,             053-4895759

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September 2022
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