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Oriental/ Belly Dance Workshops & Teacher’s Training Course 15th-18th May 2014

Belly Dance Competition, Workshops and Teacher's Training Course in Malaysia 15th-18th May 2014

 

 

Belly Dance Workshops in Bali 11th-13th April 2014

Belly Dance Workshops

Belly Dance Workshops in Kuala Lumpur 2013

Belly Dance Teacher’s Training Course, Workshops, Competition and Gala Show.

 

Belly Dance Workshops in Bali 12th April-14th April

Belly dance Workshops

 

Belly Dance Kuala Lumpur

 

 

Belly dance Workshops in Kuala Lumpur 2012

Belly Dancing In Malaysia

Belly dance Class in KL

Belly dancing comes from the term “Wes Asian” dancing. Even though every part of the body involves in this type of dancing, it is further on called only belly dancing. This dance comes in many different types, costumes, and styles. It all depends on the country where it is taught. It became popular all over the world, as many parts of the body are involved in physical activity. There is information that despite the fact that belly dance performs women, there are some types of belly dancing performed commonly by men. These types are traditional dances and have deep perhaps Arabic origins. Belly dancing in Malaysia takes many forms and styles. Women commonly learn to belly dance, all the styles. However, from all the types, belly dancing in Malaysia is very rarely found. There are many types of belly dancing. Belly dance on the east was commonly taught during the period when harem and Ottoman Empire scenes became part of Oriental artists. So, it was in this period when this dance was called “oriental” or “eastern” dancing.

Costumes of belly dancing in Malaysia

Usually costumes for belly dancing consists of top bra, belt and skirt or wide pants, worn in harems. Most of the belly dance styles wear these costumes, but decorated with sequins, beads and embroidery. In the past, women from a harem wore long pants. These pants are full, long and gathered on the ankle. They can be worn in a combination with a skirt, so that the down part would have more layers. The bra is separated from the skirt, so the belly is bare. Belly dancing in Malaysia is performed in similar way. Belly dancers wear long skirts and separate bras, decorated with many beads and embroider. Pants are gathered on the hips, so that the belly is emphasized. Sometimes there are separate clothe or scarf used in their hands, to make dancing more mysterious. Regarding the other styles of belly dancing, such as belly dancing in Malaysia, they use the same clothes for dancing.

Moves in belly dancing in Malaysia

Belly dancing in Malaysia is very rich in belly dance moves. There are even many variations of only one move. However, it can all be achieved with a little practice. There are belly rolls, whirling techniques, turning, and many more. However, the first of importance is the belly roll. It consists of moving the hips at the both sides. For this, you should have stronger belly muscles, but you can do that even without them, with a little practice. On the second place of importance comes the dervish whirling. As the same name implies, it I whirling in circle, but you should try not to fall. Concentrate in only one spot and whirl. The camel walk is also important. It consists of crawling on the floor. Showing the hands to the audience is another move that makes belly dancing. However, almost every style, even and belly dancing in Malaysia consists of these same moves.

Where to learn belly dancing in Malaysia?

There are many studios that offer belly dancing classes. These classes can be in groups, individual, or even more, on the Internet. Belly dancing in Malaysia is very widely practiced. There is an interest for many other styles, not only the belly dancing in Malaysia.