Yes. My Right Big Toe is still broken, buddy-taped, and in an air-cast. Probably because I am stubborn and keep trying to dance on it. I have been standing in the back of the class, hiding so I don't get in the way when people are doing twist-steps or Saidi, or anything involving weight on the toes...I really do have a hard time keeping myself from dancing, and also from participating in all things Belly Dance at my school and the associated dance academy. Is that good? Bad? I don't know...
Originally Posted by jesennia
Dancers, be sure to tag your photos and videos that are posted on facebook. I have many A'Kai dancers who have tagged their photos and it shows up on the akai facebook page, as a result your photos/videos show up and I have received emails from students asking who you are and how to contact you for classes or workshops. Not very often yet but it does happen!
Let's start a tagging team!
if your photo appears
I used to love to stroll the fabric stores and my stash of fabrics proves it! While I still love the stores, it seems like they are fewer and fewer. And, sometimes the quality seems compromised. It takes longer now to find the right fabric and ensure that it is free of defects. I have hope that Project Runway will introduce more people to fabric and the art of sewing. Maybe they will never want to do much sewing but they will understand the work that goes into a garment.
Originally Posted by nancyredig
Halimeda's Oasis features a variety of skirts, harems/pantaloons, jewelry, tops and veils. We have imported items, locally produced items, and custom creations. Our dancers can vouch for the durability, look, and fit. Our web site is Halimedas' Oasis at Featured Items For additional information, please send an email to: halimeda@Instepstudio.com.
Our basics are locally created by women who love to sew. The skirts are available in chiffons and in silky, soft but opaque fabric.