Bite-SizE Basics: Escher Step
Instructor: Violet Kind
The Escher Step is a simple footwork pattern created by Violet to help beginner students with zero dance experience. While it has nothing to do with belly dance specifically, it’s a handy tool in learning how to do footwork and eventually for layering basic belly dance movements over.
Bring the body and mind into a place of calm focus by treating yourself to 10 minutes at the end of your practice with this full-body cool-down.
Get your sass on with SHOULDER SHIMMIES! This move is great on its own or as a layer. Prepare to push your endurance!
Pisces is a 24-count combination in the Expansion Slow vocabulary. This combination features a canon piece - the first of its kind in Fly Fusion!
This fun and funky isolation is great on its own, but it’s also a foundational piece of other great isolations like chest circles, chest taxeems, and chest mayas!
This combination is 32 counts of action-packed fun! Motorcycle Queen is full of surprises and even features a bit of 'vocal choreography'. ;)
Ease tension from the low back in this grounded and simple cool down. Enjoy!
Balance can be elusive, both in the dance studio and in life. This dancey yoga class will help you find equilibrium with a focus on breath, technique, and flow.
Short on time? Warm-up quick fast! Mobilize from head to toe in just a few minutes. Let’s go!
In this class we we’ll build stability and mobility to safely progress towards front and middle splits. Gather your props: 1. Yoga strap or scarf, 2. yoga blocks or a stack of folded towels or pillows (you’ll want more than one!).
It’s nap time! In this class we will practice Yoga Nidra, or what I like to call a Yoga Nap! Use this guided relaxation technique to help you “fall awake” into a state of ease and relaxation.