For a "traditional" or "cabaret" style dancer I have a lot of tattoos. When my dance partner and I were meeting with a club owner recently he even brought it up and was like "how does that affect you as a bellydancer?" I never really thought about it. I mean having tattoos doesn't really hinder me from putting on a glamorous sparkly costume and performing. lol. Sure with the exception of tribal and fusion dancers you don't see very many heavily tattooed women in the
Originally Posted by mayabellydoll
Bella is sold!! Thank-you!!
Saneilmoda EVI is still available!
Thanks for info. *I'm not sure I want to pay that much for shipping, so passing for now. *Someone will look beautiful in this.
Her eis a fabulous guest blgo post by my friend Adonia who mad ea really great point about belly dance and sexuality vs sensuality when it comes to solo or partner dances. Quite an interesting point of view!
Normally, I double check everything before hitting the stage, but last night, my coverup was on and my shoes were buckled, and somehow, something slid past “son kontrol”–final inspection.
After my dramatic entrance onto stage, (in a palanquin, no less), and my regal dismissal of the two strapping young men who carry me onto said raised stage, I proceeded with my show as always.
It wasn’t until midway through my first song–after plenty of turns and spins–that I noticed
Updated 08-25-2013 at 10:35 AM by Lara Adrienne
--from my blog: La Vie et la Danse
When I asked my friend Eli, who studied psychology in school and taught in the classroom adjacent to me when I was a teacher at Bosphorus International Preschool, if she thought I was “too self-absorbed” she replied that the mere fact that I was concerned about being too self-absorbed was proof that I was not.
Whew, what a relief, because I do talk about myself quite a lot.
I love my life and I find it exciting.