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Hi girls !
We are going to talk about a topic that concerns each of us as a women: weight loss!!!
We all have a part of our body that bothers us and on which we focus (too much)!.
Frustration, depression, resignation… Diet are not so popular those times beacause we don’t take any pleasure doing it.
At HenryG Dance, we give you our best advices and professional opinions to loose weight in the most pleasant and easy way ever: dancing!
Originally Posted by Ameera_bellydancer
Sorry ladies for flooding this thread, but I just had a bunch of images taken in all my Bellas and they are coming in one at a time. I hope no one minds *blush*
I had Bella make me a silver bedlah and a light pink two tiered chiffon skirt with bell sleeves.
It just dawned on me that I’ve been living here in Cairo for more than 3 years. That’s a long time for someone who never intended to live or work here. With all the uncertainty in the air about Egypt’s future, one wonders how much longer I and others like me will be able to thrive. But rather than speculate about the future (again), I’ve decided to reflect on my past and share a few of the adjustments I had to make as a dancer. And they were many, because belly dance outside of Egypt is a totally
HenryG is speaking
Dance is an art, a sport, a way of expression. Dance is grace and agility, precision and requirement, strongness and fragility at the same time. Dance can express all your fantasies, dreams and hopes. Dance is beauty and joy, poesy and passion.
And at HenryG dance, we have one goal which is to make you live this experience, allow the artist inside you, exploding and performing to share your passion and dreams.
This is why, thanks to the best