Location of classes: Beledi Bay Dance Studio – 927 Broadway, Dunedin, FL (USA).
Level of lessons: Intermediate.
Time and cost: Please use the email address above to get the latest prices and class times.
Types taught: Gothic and Gothic Fusion styles of belly dance.
Telephone contact: 727-483-9014.
Other additional information: Maysun grew up in an Arabic family and has been dancing for over 15 years. She prefers a darkly feminine Gothic style of belly dance, and regularly performs professionally at a variety of public and private venues (from private functions such as weddings, parties, etc – to local area restaurants and corporate events). Maysun can perform using props, in particular veil, sword and fan, which she teaches at workshops.
Mahara has been involved in belly dance since her teen years. Although she started her dance career with more traditional forms of dance (ballet/jazz/tap), belly dance has been her passion. Mahara has performed professionally both as a solo artist and as a member of several small ensembles and troupes. She currently dances with troupes Yemanja and Satori, and has been stage manager for local belly dance troupe “Loud Zoo”. Mahara writes original choreographies and is preparing to launch her own Cabaret belly dance troupe. She is currently preparing to enter (with fellow members of troupe Satori) into the world of belly dance competition.
Teacher: Theresa Lynn.
Classes in Palm Beach, Florida, USA.
Level of lessons: Beginners, Intermediate, Mixed level, for fitness.
Time and cost: Please contact Theresa for updated class information. She teaches in Military and Northlake Blvd Just Dance Studios and can be called on 949/748/9832.Privates, Semi-Privates, Parties by Appointment.
Experience and style: Bachelors in Dance and Exercise Science from Palm Beach Atlantic University, trained under Internationally famed Dawn Rhys now in Palm Beach and at Eastern Michigan University. Trained in all types of dance from ballet to hiphop, some ariel silks and acro. Belly dance has a long cultural standing and has spread from Egypt and India all the way to the United States. It has been outlawed in its country of origin yet popularized here in the U.S. I am honoured to practice it and keep the classical techniques alive and mood flourishing. Plus it keeps me in shape!