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.
Short on patience today? This warm-up is less talk, more rock! In one full song, we’ll raise your body awareness and temperature to get you ready for your focused dance practice.
These beautiful, fluid arm movements are a really fun element of belly dance. This class begins with a breakdown of elbow and wrist movements and builds into flowy, opposing snake arms.
This intermediate fusion belly dance choreography was created by Violet Kind in 2019 to “Darbukinja ft. Artem Uzunov” by Bubamara Brass Band. This crowd-pleasing, upbeat piece works well as a solo or group piece!
Let’s play footsie and show those tootsies a little love! Build strength and mobility in the feet and ankles for better balance and feel good footsies.
In this active stretching class, build mobility and stability to safely progress into backbending movements. AKA improve your laybacks, body rolls, and more!
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!