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Here are the top ten articles for the Bellydancing Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Dealing with Grief
Dealing with grief is difficult on everyone. Individuals handle grief differently. Some become distant, others let their emotions out, while others look for support. Death of a loved one impacts a dancer's ability to stay on track with performances, rehearsals, and other events.
2. Shimmy Mob 2015
Every year on May 9, dancers from all over the world celebrate World Belly Dance. In conjunction with promoting belly dance all over the world, Shimmy Mob raises awareness and funds for abused women and children organizations.
3. Creating Dance Opportunities
Recently, there was concern about the lack of dance opportunities for students and beginners. In a large city, there is no excuse, but little is known, even in a large city, about what venues will host beginner dance events. The solution is of course, to create dance opportunities.
4. Belly Dance Theme Party
Autumn is the time to relax and to be around good company. Having a belly dance theme party will be a memorable occasion for you and your friends.
5. World Fusion Festival
World Fusion Festival will run from May 1-3, 2015 at Lake Casitas Ventura, California. It is going to be filled with music, dance, art, food and vendors. What makes this event unique is the fact that it will be outdoors.
6. A Glimpse of the Belly Dancer, Mata Hari
Mata Hari was known as the exotic dancer, who was later executed for being a spy, but little is known of her contribution to dance.
7. Managing Goals and Emotions
There are often more distractions in daily life, making certain goals difficult to accomplish. Our emotions and beliefs set things into motion. Learning how to manage your goals starts with learning how to keep emotions in check.
8. Elvis Presley's
In Elvis Presley´s movie Roustabout, Elvis sings about Little Egypt. "Wearing a ruby on her tummy and a diamond as big as Texas on her toe", Little Egypt dances with other dancers while Elvis sings. You can watch the videos on Youtube.
9. SABURA - A Dancer With A Style All Her Own
Incorporating Saidi, Maksoum, and Beledi rhythms in her dance, Sabura's bellydancing expertise has been recognized with many awards, but her favorite compliment is that she has shown a viewer that bellydancing is an art form!
10. Belly Dancing Goes to the Core
The focus of belly dance is at the core, the abdominal muscle. From the core, come sensuous movements of the chest and hips. There are several movements that srengthen this area of the body.
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