Egyptian Belly Dance in London – Asmahan teaches beginners

Egyptian belly dance is now more popular all over the world than ever.

Taking a belly dance class is a great workout and a wonderful way to learn a new skill. It is inspiring and empowering women, bestowing good posture, balance, increasing self-esteem, and offering a glamorous way to get fit.

 

Learn this beautiful dance with a teacher in London who has danced and trained in Cairo. Asmahan has been teaching Egyptian belly dance classes at the famous Pineapple Studios in Covent Garden, London for 14 years.

Her belly dance class has produced many professional dancers and teachers.
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Fit Tips to kick start your healthy, happy 2015! Number 1: Fitness & Exercise

Ali Trowsdale

Fit & Flexi teacher Ali begins a new series of handy Fit Tips to get you motivated and inspired on the road to health and fitness in 2015!

In this post she gives useful information and advice on Fitness & Exercise.

Make a Fit List of everything you wish to achieve in 2015!

You don’t have to be great to start, but you have to start to be great! There are 3 areas that you need to focus on, exercise, nutrition and rest; to quote Fat Boy Slim, ‘Eat, Sleep, Rave, repeat’!

For optimal performance, endurance and muscle recovery you must look after yourself inside and out.
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New! Contemporary Jazz class with Ryan Jenkins

Ryan Jenkins

Join the fabulous Ryan Jenkins as he launches a new Contemporary Jazz class at Pineapple Dance Studios.

The new Avanced/Professional level dance class starts Friday, 9th January, and runs from 7.15pm to 8.45pm – the perfect time to get yourself toned and tuned in to the weekend.
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Wicked Game – Maria Yacoob – Jazz Dance Class

 

Maria Yacoob teaches jazz dance from beginner up to advanced level. All her classes emphasise correct technique, core strength, and the expression of music and emotion through movement.

Her beginner classes offer a good gateway into basic technical jazz, and Dance Today magazine said, “it would be difficult to find a better beginner class in any genre of dance” when it reviewed her class.

As the levels progress up a working knowledge of jazz and ballet is required. Maria’s choreography takes in a wide range of influences across the spectrum of jazz dance including musical theatre, contemporary, ballet and even classic dances such as the Charleston or the jive.