How To Belly Dance?
Everything You Need to Know About Belly Dancing
Introducing How To Do Belling Dancing DVD Course
Belly Dancing Beginer: DVD-1
Belling Dancing Intermediate: DVD-2
Belly Dancing Advanceed: DVD-3
3 pack DVD Set £23.97
A Professional Belly Dancer take you from Beginer to Advanced Belly Dancer.
Watch and learn all the steps, positions and shapes of Belly Dancing from a professional Belly Dancer.
Here is short extract from DVD program.
Watch and Learn the Shapes You make During Belling Dancing:
- Circle. This is the sexiest and simplest. All you need do is feel the joints of your hip, the shoulder and make a circle. Keep the ball of the foot planted on the ground and roll that hip joint, feel the fullness of that joint and pull it into your self.
- The Figure 8 – Hips. This is the toughest but the most hypnotic. Use your finger to draw the shape of a horizontal figure 8 in front of you. Have your hips follow your finger – do it SLOW. And SLOW down, the slower – the more seductive and the more juice you can feel in yourself.
- 3. Figure 8 – Belly Undulation or Belly Roll. This is somewhat hard but very satisfying. Start by lifting your heart with a breath. Exhale and drop the chest and pull in the belly button as if the wind is taken out of you. Exploring different ways you can massage your belly organs with this roll is the best way to practice the movement as it is intended to be therapeutic and sensual.
- 4. The ripple or wave – as used in the “Snake arms”. This move is similar to the “breaking” move used in hip hop but it is like feeling water flow through your arms. The easiest way is to feel your armpits. Yes! Lift up one wrist, then the elbow and feel the space created by the armpit, like there is golden air coming out of your ribs and the arm is lifted by the golden mist. (Your imagination is everything is this dance.)
- 5. Diamond (square or box) The diamond shape or square is how you accent the front, back and sides of the hips, chest and head. The focus for the chest lift is feeling the heart lift front and drop back into the center of the body.
- 6. The “V” shape. This is the shape used for lifting the heart from the center of the chest up to one side and down to center and then up to the other side. The “V” is also the shape used for stepping one foot forward, then stepping feet together and stepping the other foot forward to shift weight from one hip to the other.
3 DVD Pack: How to Belly Dance: Beginer- Intermediate- and Advanced steps. Get it Today
This DVD pack will be great help if you like to be a Belly Dancer.