I've been procrastinating for awhile but I finally opened a shop on Etsy. It features my Kreations: hair accessories, top hats, jewelry, and now clothing. I am really excited to expand my business. Here is the link:
Thanks in advance and let me know what you think.
Warning: If you have an aversion to feminine products or problems, or are generally squeamish, proceed no further.
I totally didn’t intend my first blog post of the year to be about my period, but hey, it’s better than some soppy post about New Year’s resolutions. Years come and years go, and I never make resolutions. They’re worthless, and nobody keeps them anyway. Besides, there’s nothing special about January 1st. As far as I’m concerned,
Here is a video priject my friends and I made. It is important to have fun and giggle at ourselves form time to time. Enjoy and share it with all your belly dance friends :)
Updated 05-30-2012 at 12:59 PM by Jennifer Bellydance
Originally Posted by Bedora Noire
Weekly Classes and Private Lessons with Bedora Noire
3800 Main St.
Moraine, Ohio 45439
Fusion Belly Dance
Weekly Classes held at A2ZClubfitness. $12 per student.
Beginners Belly Dance
This class will focus on identifying and learning to control muscles that are essential to Belly Dance. We will learn basic moves and postures.
Originally Posted by lowe_jean
I agree with Dunyah. Give yourself tome to recuperate and don't push too soon. For activity, take walks, do very GENTLE yoga poses that don't involve stretching the incision site (no twists and no hot/power/flow/vinyasa/etc!). If you must bellydance, work on shoulders, arms, and hands, footwork, facial expression, finger cymbals, or balancing. Again, nothing that stretches the incisions.
For faster healing, try taking homeopathic Arnica tablets (available at your local health food