F A Q ' s
- What should I wear to Bellydance class?
- What about shoes?
and heel cut out of it. It needs to cover the ball of the foot. Or invest in a pair of split sole jazz shoes.
- Do I need a coin scarf?
- Do I have to have any experience?
Tribal Gypsy Style Improv - Level 1 Beginners on Tuesdays in Spring Hill and on Wednesdays in Brooksville.
Free Belly Dance Class - Breakdown of the 5 basics on the last Tuesday of the month.
- I am an experienced dancer. Can I come to the upper level classes?
assess your skill level together. Improv is very different from other types of belly dance.
- Do I have to perform?
- What ages are accepted?
responsible and can keep up and stay focused.
- Am I too old?
with us regularly. Our eldest dancer was into her 90's before she retired her dancing shoes.
- What if I think I need to lose some weight first? All the more reason to get started now! Belly dance will help you to tone your core muscles, and provide a vehicle for you to potentially shed some of those pounds. It goes without saying however, that if you have serious health problems related to your weight, then we recommend consulting with your health care professional before taking up any exercise regimen.
- Does Belly Dance improve core strength?
dance. It has the capacity to strengthen the abdominals, obliques, back and spinal muscles, glutes and so much more.
- What are the general health benefits of Belly Dance?
capacity to literally tone and sculpt the entire body. Belly Dance when done properly strengthens muscles overall, as well as vital
organs and tissue. It tones all of the areas that women most want to work on: tummy, thighs, glutes, upper arms, and more. It is
very low impact to joints.
- What is a typical class like?
Classes typically start out with core focusing, warm up exercises that are easy to do and can be done at home to increase your
workout and overall stamina. We then work out the arms and move into working with the zills. The bulk of the class is spent
dancing, working on the 5 basic dance steps, and eventually learning to incorporate the core isolations we have worked on at the
beginning of class into the dance steps.