Class is in session! Wednesday nights starting Jan 5, 2011, Zattana will be teaching classes at the fabulous Kira's Oasis in Centerville, OH! Drop-ins are welcome any time. While it is an open-level class, expect to be challenged!
The course will be focusing on several very important aspects of belly dance:
1. Stage presence, intention, and expression while performing
2. Correct technique, internalizing movement, posture, isolation, and grace
3. And ZILLS! (finger cymbals) The dancers will be learning combinations and choreographies with zills that may be performed at future events through Kira's Oasis or Troupe Roja. Participation in performances is optional. There will be NO pressure to perform.
Where: Kira's Oasis, Centerville, OH
When: 6:15p - 7:15p, every Wednesday night (please come 15 min early for your first class)
Cost: Belly dance punch card system: 6 classes for $54 or 12 classes for $102, drop in for $10/class
See www.kirasoasis.com for more information on classes, tuition, upcoming events, and studio calendar. Visit Zattana's page at www.zattana.net for upcoming henna and belly dance events and Troupe Roja's page at www.troupe-roja.com for upcoming troupe performances.
Born from a line of skilled musicians, Zattana has always felt the undeniable allure of music. To her, dance is a natural extension of that art.
Thanks to her musical background, Zattana took to belly dance with ease when she began studying in 2001 with Ray-Anne, founder of Egyptian Breeze, and she hasn’t slowed down since! In 2009, she co-founded the award-winning belly dance fusion troupe Roja, and began teaching and choreographing for both troupes. She regularly performs at events all over the Miami Valley area with Egyptian Breeze and Roja, and also dances solo at private parties.
A self-proclaimed “prop-aholic”, she enjoys dancing with sword, hoop, poi, veil, mantón, fans, Isis wings, and finger cymbals. Zattana also studies Middle Eastern percussion and often plays tabla at Egyptian Breeze performances.
A strong advocate of continuing education, she strives to deepen her knowledge of dance by attending workshops and seminars with such well-known performers as Dahlia Carella, Artemis Mourat, Faten Munger, Deniz Miller, Amira Moor, and others. In addition to belly dance, Zattana pursues other ethnic dance styles, such as Kahleegy, Bollywood, and Carella's Dunyavi Gypsy.
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