Embody coordination, balance and strength through movement.
When: 6:15-7:35pm Thursday evenings starting September 12th, 2019.
Registration for this class is now open and will close on September 12th at 2pm. To reserve your spot make your payment with:
- Barbara either in person or online (cash, check, Visa, Mastercard, e-transfer, PayPal)
- or with Kerrie at the registration desk between 9-5pm on Saturday and noon-7pm Mon-Fri (cash, check, Visa, Mastercard).
Cost: 14-week sessions are $210 (HST included) We have a no-refund policy, but a very generous makeup class policy. Ask Barbara for details.
Class description: This 14 week mixed-level class is designed for anyone who is interested in better embodying their technique while dancing with Fan Veils. It is the perfect class to introduce and work with one of the latest additions to the world of of Bellydance. Technique will be explored and drilled and students will learn some concepts to help them improvise with the Fan Veils. They will also learn a short choreography to help them embody all the work that they will do in class.
This mixed-level class is designed for anyone who is interested in learning a choreography that will help them better embody Fan Veil skills. Barbara first taught this piece a few years ago and is excited to bring it back for the students who want to re-work it or learn it for the first time.
As always, historical & cultural information about the art form will be shared during the session. If the need arises, we will dance together in a bilingual class. Students will be given opportunities to perform the improvisation skills and the choreography learned in class. The details for performances will be shared at a later date.
Pre-requisites: A student must complete a Beginner class at Studio Sephira or the equivalent with another Bellydance teacher.
Storm cancellation policy: In case of inclement weather, replacement classes will be held on December 8th or 15th.
Bellydance classes with Barbara Aubie at Studio Sephira for Fun, Fitness, Wellness or to Study of the Art of Bellydance.
Photo by Tricia Robinson