02 September 2009
These four outstanding DVDs will help you become one with your veil.
When people think Belly Dancer, they think Veils! Veils that float, spin, and hide then reveal the dancer ~ veils can add magic and loft to your performance. Let AZIZA show you how to make a veil more than a prop; with Aziza, your veil becomes your dance partner!
Silk! It floats, it ripples, it moves like nothing else. A silk veil can be flowing and lyrical, or somber and mysterious. It can be playful, even percussive! In the hands of an artist, a silk veil is more than fabric; it comes alive and dances ~ and no one can make silk dance like Katia can! On this DVD Katia shares her secrets for dancing with a large silk veil.
This video reveals Amaya’s arm & veil techniques for performance. Covering the intermediate to the advanced levels of belly dance in this DVD. Amaya teaches veil concepts, tricks, drapes, arm designs, and gives a wonderful performance to the song “Dark Fire” by Light Rain.
A spinning dancer is mystic and mesmerizing, and this is the foundation for veil work. Through this incredible and unique instructional DVD you will learn the ancient arts of Spinning and Whirling with Marguerite who studied with the Shamans of Mongolia.
Get all four of these wonderful programs on DVD for only $149.99!
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Elizabeth Artemis Mourat
Artemis has been dancing, teaching and researching dance history in the United States and abroad for her entire adult life. Artemis is of Greek and Turkish descent. She fuses her love of these cultures with strong academic knowledge and excellent dance technique. She brings her spirited and articulate technique to workshops which include information on the history and cultures that generate the dances she teaches. She believes that we can all use art to build bridges across cultures.
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