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FARNHAM - Tuesday evenings
Adult Learning Centre, 25 West Street, Farnham, Surrey
Belly Dance - All Abilities 8.00-9.30pm

There is no separate Beginners class at the moment.

The Autumn 2017 course will start 12th September and continue until 5th December. There is a half-term break on 24th October.


Course Aims-
to teach Middle Eastern Dance (Egyptian style), at Beginner, Improver or Intermediate level.

Target group-
This course is designed to appeal to newcomers to belly dancing, as well as to more experienced learners, including ex-Belly Dance students wishing to return.


Details of material covered-
Students will practise Beginner/Improver/Intermediate level techniques of Middle Eastern, primarily Egyptian, dance, according to personal ability and experience.
They will start to learn a choreographed routine (to be continued in the Spring term), and practise some improvised dancing, in groups.

These classes are run by Surrey Adult Learning - contact them on 0300 200 1044 or check this page for administrative information & bookings.

 

General Class information

There are no technical entry requirements for the All Abilities classes,

Classwear is very relaxed. Wear something comfortable that you can move in- most students wear a long skirt, jazz/yoga-pants or leggings with a T-shirt, and a scarf to tie around their hips.  Bare midriffs are welcome but not compulsory! We usually dance in bare feet, but if you don't feel comfortable that way, then soft soled dance shoes (eg ballet slippers or jazz shoes) would be fine.

For information about Student Performance opportunities, check out the Mirage & Ahlam page.

 




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Updated 18th July 2017