Technique II - Traveling Moves

Traveling Moves: Want to take your dancing into a whole new space? Want to add more grace and elegance to the way that you move? Then take this technique course where you learn the secrets to Cabaret style belly dance.
Learn how to make traveling across a room look effortless & beautiful. Learn lots of different ways to travel, adding moves to your repertoire that will help to make you free and more easily able to improvise.

You'll be traveling with
  • American Fantasy Posture
  • Grapevines
  • Arabesques
  • Step Step Steps
  • Step and Touch
  • Hagallah
  • Traveling Mayas
  • Traveling RVF8s
  • Traveling Hip Circles
  • Camels
  • High-Low Camels
  • Layering simple moves onto traveling steps
  • And more!
The complete Technique I Series
consist of three six-week courses that cover all the beginner level moves that you will encounter in our beginner level choreographies.
Tech1: Hypnotic Hips
Tech1: Upper Body
Tech1: Shimmies
Your instructor will go over basic moves with you in great detail -- breaking down individual moves and showing you ways to establish and improve your belly dance technique. This class gives you the workout of your life! Be ready to sweat, burn off some serious calories, and work hard!!

The difference between this class and a choreography class is that in the technique class you focus on individual areas of the body and establishing the muscle memory for individual moves throughout the six-week course, whereas in the choreography classes you learn an entire choreography to a piece of music during the six week course.


Both kinds of courses are technique driven and will give you a great workout. They just have different focuses, i.e. the Technique Course focuses on repetitive practice of individual moves, while a Choreography Course progresses through a specific choreography.

How is the technique course different from the pay-as-you-go bellydance workout class?
The Technique Course is a six-week course; this means no walk-ins after week 2. This allows us to go into more complex moves, combinations of moves, and layering of moves - which can not be done in the workout class, as there is potentially a new student walking in any day.

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