Time and cost of lessons: Please email Jill for the latest information.
Types taught. Egyptian Cabaret Style includes veil (silk).
Contact address: 4200 Lamkershim Blvd.
Telephone contact: 818-754-1760.
Other additional information: Jill is a performer with Jillina’s Sahlala Dancers.
Interesting information: I started dancing at age 3 and never stopped! I began in ballet, and studied modern and jazz. I hold a BFA in Dance Education and am certified dance instructor through Dance Masters of America. My experience of 10+ years teaching dance makes my class easy to follow and fun, yet challenging. I use imagery and anatomy to help students connect to their bodies and make bellydancing organic, feminine and fun!
Location: California, Los Angeles.
Level: Belly dance for all levels, from beginners up to advanced.
Venue: Dance Garden Studio in Atwater Village – 3407 B Glendale Blvd.; Los Angeles 90039
Time and Costs: For up to date time and cost, contact Jenna directly or check her website beyondbellydance.com
Type of classes: All styles including Egyptian, Turkish and North African. Jenna
Experience & style: Jenna studied ballet from the age of four and started learning belly dance in California in 1991. Since then, she has been successfully performing and teaching belly dance and she has become a well known and appreciated dancer worldwide. Jenna has been on tour and has taught belly dance in various cities around the world, such as Las Vegas, New York, Beijing, Tokio and Singapore. She likes to keep her skills up to date and she has learnt different styles of bellydance, such as Egyptian, Turkish and North African styles.
Time and cost of classes: Please email Faaria and she will update you on the latest information.
Types taught: American Cabaret.
Contact address: P.O. Box 7965, Alexandria, LA 71305.
Telephone contact: 318-442-8254.
Other additional information: Seven years of dance experience; two years of teaching experience.
Interesting information: I was introduced to belly dancing through the Society for Creative Anachronism. I immediately fell in love with this beautiful art form and started taking formal classes in 2002, performing since 2005, and teaching since 2007. In 2007, I took over as director and choreographer for the Daughters of Scheherazade.