VISIONS OF THE OASIS.
New Beginners Class starting Sept 24th, 2020
Time : Thursdays 7-8:30 pm or 7:30 – 9:00pm ( we will vote )
OUR FIRST CLASS IN THE SERIES WILL BEGIN AT 7PM, AND WE WILL COME TO AN AGREEMENT ABOUT EXACT REGULAR START TIME.
Location : WindVane Studio, 110 WindVane Ln Clarkesville GA 30523
THERE’S NO WAY TO ACCURATELY ASSESS YOUR LEVEL BY PHONE .
PREVIOUS DANCE EXPERIENCE of any sort is strongly recommended. If you have been seriously sedentary for years or have absolutely no rhythm, this is NOT the best place to start. This is targeted for those who consider that they move fairly well already. If you are new to dancing and want to just try it and see , call Me and we can discuss this. Another class may establish for newest absolute beginners level. CLASSES CONDUCTED ON A SPRUNG AND FLOATING DANCE FLOOR
WHAT TO WEAR: Belly exposure is not necessary, but you do need form fitting clothing on your torso. I’ll need to determine if your knees are bent or straight, so -no long skirts , please. Yoga pants , sweatpants, or Dance pants are good. Wearing A bright hip scarf is good too , Especially one with fringe to accentuate your Pelvic movement. Please Have your hair out of your face. Wearing A secure ,sturdy, uplift bra is highly recommended .
SHOES ? YES ! you need to be able to swivel. A Dance slipper with a smooth leather sole is ideal. ( I have some loaners ) Socks are the next best thing. Ballet slippers are good, also. I will show you the best shoes on Day 1 of class. Bare feet are sometimes too sticky to swivel well, but you can try it.
FEES: $95 on the first day of class for 8 90 minute classes, held THURSDAYS 7pm.
WHAT IF I HAVE TO MISS A CLASS ? at least 2 make-up classes will occur so you don’t waste your money.
BELLYDANCE BIO : Ginny King aka “Yasmeenah “enjoyed 10 years as a professional Bellydancer, and performed weekly at Atlanta’s Imperial Fez Moroccan restaurant for 7 years. She directed her own professional troupe”Jewels of the Casbah ” and has performed for such notables as Jimmy Carter, Ted Turner, Mick Jagger and the Ambassador to Egypt. She began her training in New York City with Anahid Sofian and later became a regular student of Atlanta’s Aziza Nawal and Aegela. Over the years, She has attended numerous workshops with Internationally known Bellydance teachers.Ginny was helpful in getting some wonderful bellydance performers started. Several of her former students have become top professionals, studio owners and teachers. She also rented classroom and rehearsal space to some of Atlantas Top Bellydance teachers and was able to watch them in action. Aziza Nawal, Awalim Tribal Bellydance ( sponsor of TribalCon International bellydance event) were part of her dance life for years.
Int/Adv. level classes Held at WindVane studio ,110 WindVane Lane 30523