Performing as a Group Builds Confidence
Not all students of this dance perform. Many women enjoy this dance for the personal growth experiences that they gain.
This dance has been in America since the 1950's; 50 years have passed and thousands of American women have praised the positive qualities of this dance activity.
Many of us have praised the physical benefits. There are just as many mental, emotional, and spiritual gains acquired, but never really spoken publicly. This is part of the mystic and sensual calling of this dance.
Until you try it, you will never know of its benefits for your body, mind, and soul. It's more than fun.
Tricia Deed, like many other women, have taken belly dancing lessons and faced controversy when telling her friends and family that she was taking an interest in this dance.
There were different responses or attitude changes which made her feel uncomfortable. But, being the adventurous person that she is, she went ahead and took lessons.
In the classroom she met many different women from different lifestyles who had also faced the same issues. But after learning what this dance has to offer women; it mattered not.
Women who live in non-belly dancing communities or a bible belt region meet with negative responses when considering this dance. It is because of one student that this book was written by Tricia Deed. She chose Azizi, her instructor, to be interviewed because of her many years of teaching and performing experiences.
A Gift for any Holiday or Special Occasion
Looking for a special gift for your belly dancer?
Get a head start filling her Christmas stocking with an Ebook or paperback version of "Belly Dancing - Sensual Essentials" available at Amazon..
"Belly Dancing - Sensual Essentials" will help you or the gift receiver to improve their dancing as they gain a greater knowledge of sensuality.
Ideas and solutions are available in easy reading format to help beginners who may be shy or feel awkward about taking belly dancing lessons.
It is also an excellent guide book for instructors to recommend to students or "thinking about it" individuals because of the negative information which surrounds them when they mention to their family or friends that they want to take belly dancing lessons.
The information in this book will also help active belly dancers understand their struggles with their feminine identity. Azizi offers solutions to these doubts and concerns.
Azizi, a professional belly dance instructor and performer, is the source of information for this book drawn from her experiences of many years in teaching Middle Eastern dancing. Azizi has taught night club or cabaret styles, ethnic, and folkloric dancing.
"Belly Dancing - Sensual Essentials" is available at Amazon. Purchase your copy today. The Ebook is currently selling for $3.99 and the paperback version for $7.95.
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Contact: Tricia Deed at email firstname.lastname@example.org