Every day of our lives is made up of many chores, such as work, housekeeping, family. All of this leaves us virtually no time for ourselves. However, every woman has a whole universe within her, hidden beneath daily chores.
Sometimes a woman just needs to be a woman, not an employee, not a housewife–just a woman, to reveal her true nature and discover her beauty. To show her beautiful self to the world. To forget all about her problems and enjoy the manifestation of her natural power.
If we could afford this, we would, most certainly, feel more confident and less stressed in today’s world. Recognizing our femininity might help us achieve better understanding with men. Realizing the power of our beauty teaches us to love ourselves, which eventually leads to loving the world around us.
But, for some reason or another, our regular day-to-day life doesn’t give us a chance to experience this, and sometimes it’s not so easy to understand what exactly could help us discover ourselves.
Bellydance used to be an ancient ritual performed by women for women, among their own kind. They danced and had fun together, sometimes even telling stories with their dance. Oriental dance is deeply connected with woman’s nature; by dancing, a woman reveals her power and beauty, her individuality. In a dance, she finds self-confidence, gives away her energy and, in return, takes in the energy of joy that she brought to the audience. Dance is the language of body and soul that is understood by people from all over the world.
There’s a simple experiment you can conduct. Take a look at yourself in a mirror. Same as usual, huh? Now pull back your shoulders, straighten your back, take a pose you like, smile to yourself. Better, isn’t it? Now you can see a glimpse of the Woman that lives within each and every one of us, our feminine nature that doesn’t find a way out. It can reveal itself in dance.
Bellydance is suitable for all women of all ages, all those who cherish themselves and their feminine nature. As an art form, bellydance can be practiced professionally, performed on stage and, of course, taught to others. If you want to become a professional dancer, you should look into topics such as history of bellydance, diversity of styles and trends, aspects of working with different beat patterns, dance vocabulary. All of this is included in our dance course.
After only a few lessons you will be able to feel positive effects of bellydance: you will begin to enjoy dancing, improve your posture, gain confidence, embrace the prospect of mastering this art, and, of course, find new friends.