Basic Tribal Ethnofusion
Dance Classes With Zan Asha
Tuesday evenings 6:30 to 8
Sept 25 – Oct 30, 2012
Tribal Belly Dance is an amalgam of dances from North Africa, India and Asia, utilizing both upper body strength with traditional Middle Eastern Movements for a feminine, but powerful dance display. The unique aspect of Tribal also includes the use of cues from each dancer to guide the dance, instead of choreography.
Basic Tribal Ethnofusion explores basic body posture, use of arms, hips, stomach, and rhythmic cues, turns, and transitions, to create a wonderful dance piece.
$80 for the 6-week series of classes. Beginners are welcome.
Classes are held at Radiance, 9 W Grant St., Lancaster (across the cobblestones from Central Market). Call Radiance, 717-290-1517, or stop in to register.
Dress comfortably for class, and bring a water bottle.
Zan Asha is a New York City Dancer and Theater director. She led the first Gothic Belly Dance Troupe in NYC (www.choveXani.com). She has studied under such notable dance greats as Morocco and Carolina Nericcio, with training in Indian Dance from Lotus Music and Dance. Her work encompasses the love of theater and dance, and includes her theatrical women's series known as "Night of 1000 Goddesses" and "Shadows of The Harem." She currently teaches classes in dance and veils work.