How many of you out there are interested in certification? There is an intensive workshop called Journey Through Egypt for if you really want to polish your moves or learn pure Egyptian style bellydance. At the last workshop I went to I told a few of the people I was interested in starting my own belly-dance studio and they said not to underestimate the value of getting certified. So if you want to teach I'll include a link below. I won't be able to make it this year, but here's to hoping for 2014.

http://www.sahrasaeeda.com/JtE_Home_Page.html


Note, this is a touring workshop so it hits several cities, you'll have to check the schedule to see what dates it will be closest to you.




Tip for today: Let's talk about costuming. I've seen belly-dance costumes that cost $500-$600! In todays economy a lot of us simply can't afford that. To be honest the first time I ever preformed I was in a sleeveless, pretty top and a peasant skirt (I'll try and post a picture of it later). The audience still enjoyed it and I still had fun. Another option, however, would be to make one yourself. There are workshops you can go to that teach you different ways of making different parts of the costume (like the Dark Romance workshop mentioned yesterday). Now if you can afford a real costume and want one then by all means go for it.





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