I'm just wondering what you all think about facial expression during a sword dance. Does it depend on the tone of the music or are sword dances serious business without much in the way of smiling?
Updated 01-24-2014 at 02:23 PM by IsisExchange
I've noticed more belly dancers on Google+ recently, and there are several interesting Communities there where dancers share videos or music they like. This is a cool way to find new music!
I did notice though that some professional dancers are just sharing their own stuff most of the time, they're not engaging with others very much; and it's just not very interesting.
If you're in the belly dance business (that is, teaching or being paid to perform) then using G+ CAN be good for
Updated 01-24-2014 at 06:06 PM by Anthea Kawakib Poole
Have a little read of this Free bellydance Magazine.*
All the articles were written by UK, London based bellydancers all just for fun and to share each others events. It is a beautiful magazine put together with bellydance community spirit and love x x*
D.I.Y Bellydance: how to improve your own bellydance
How to be a sexy Bellydancer