Friday Nov 3rd, 4-8pm, our studio and Souk will be open for a costume show and sale! Something for everyone: students to professionals, tribal to folkloric and fusion to cabaret. Zils, music, full costumes for the professional and for student performers, scarves, veils, jewelry, swords, skirts, tribal belts and tops, harem pants, cover-ups, earrings and more. Stop by and spice up your costume wardrobe with something new! 1840 Willamette St, suite 206 in our “A side” studio.
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Belly Dance Workshop Series:
Love to Dance to Live Music with Claudia!
Workshops Where & When: Celebration Belly Dance & Yoga
Oct. 21, 2017 1-3pm
“Entrances & Improv Clinic”
Dec. 2, 2017 1-3pm
“Veil, Taqsim, and Confidence”
Jan. 13, 2017 1-3pm
“Dynamics and Captivation”
Show Where & When: Whirled Pies
199 W 8th Ave, Eugene, OR Jan. 20, 2018 6-8pm
Live music with the Pharaoh Brothers Band! *Cost is $140 for 3 workshops and option to perform to live music on Jan. 20th. Payment must be received in full by Oct. 19th. *Drop-in is $55 (does not include live music performance option) Please email Amani with any questions at email@example.com.
Oct 28, Nov 18, Dec 9th, 2-4pm.
Datura Style is an emerging dance format developed by Rachel Brice. It is an umbrella term encompassing both a technique method and a dance vocabulary that can be used for both choreography and improvisation. The Datura Style format fosters a positive growth-oriented approach to learning, coupled with a deep practice that connects the mind and body. Its aesthetic blends American Cabaret and American Tribal Style belly dance, with a focus on musicality and connection between dancers and audience.
This 3-workshop series will introduce students to some of the fundamental techniques, vocabulary, concepts, and terminology of Datura Style. You may sign up for individual workshops, or all three as a series. These workshops are appropriate for dancers with at least 1 year of prior bellydance experience.
About the instructor: Ann Shaffer has studied a variety of styles of belly dance for over 16 years, with over 10 years of experience teaching American Tribal Style® and fusion belly dance. She performs throughout the Pacific Northwest as a soloist and as a member of Troupe Tribalation. She has completed all four phases of Rachel Brice’s 8 Elements training program, and is a Certified Datura Style Teacher.
Workshop 1: Datura 101
Saturday, Oct. 28, 2-4 pm
This workshop will introduce foundations of Datura technique: the fundamental foot & arm positions, and the Hip Up Study. Bring a notebook & pen and a water bottle.
Workshop 2: Do You Speak Datura?
Saturday, Nov. 18, 2-4 pm
This workshop will introduce some of the steps and combinations of Datura vocabulary, which can be used in choreography or group improvisation. Bring finger cymbals, a notebook & pen, and a water bottle.
Workshop 3: Improvisation Framework & Flow
Saturday, Dec. 9, 2-4 pm
This workshop will explore a variety of approaches to improvisation for soloists and groups, utilizing structured cues and less structured authentic movement. Bring a notebook & pen and a water bottle.
Cost: $35 in advance / $40 at the door (single workshop)
$90 in advance (all three workshops)
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All workshops held at Celebration Belly Dance & Yoga – 1840 Willamette St., Eugene
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Maximum class size: 15 participants.1 – 2:30 pm (1.5 hours) $25
Beginning Blade: Sword Dance Essentials for Beginners.
New to blades? Introduce a new dimension to your dancing! Sabine will lead you through from the start, with basic holds, balancing, isolations, sword manipulations, and unique combinations for new sword dancers. Includes instruction for sword care, balancing tips, and lots of hints and tricks help you get the most out of your sword from the start. All levels of dancers are welcome and swords are available to borrow.3 – 5 pm (2 hours) $35
Liquid Isolations and the Essence of Sword Dance
For Beginners to Advanced dancers. Distilled sword dance technique: instruction in extending hip, arm, and belly isolations and making them look ever-so- smooth-and-gooey while balancing a sword. Well practice cool-looking (but easy!) sword manipulations for dramatic presentation, work on those all-important arms and isolations, add some smooth and dramatic combinations, and block a slow and sensual sword dance from beginning to end. Some swords available to loan.One half (1.5) hour break between workshops.Pricing is for individual workshop prices.
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‘DANCING The HEART’ ~