Belly Dance Urban Fusion Workshop With Kala Séraphin

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Belly Dance Urban Fusion

This workshop is aimed for anyone who wishes to explore another level of their dance.
Introduction of waving~ dancers will learn about the style of dance which can be described as the visual effects of energy passing through the body.
Introduction to tutting~ Using the body to create angles, this form is reminiscent of ancient Egyptian paintings
Together, we'll explore different ways to incorporate it within Oriental belly dance creating a short combination.
Taking this work, we will then explore texture and feeling by playing with the elements, earth, air, water, fire embodied in the dance.

7pm - 9pm Tuesday, December 29th
Wilkins School Community Center
7604 Charleston Ave
Pittsburgh, Pannsylvania 15218

$30 in advance - $35 at the door
Register at the link below:

About Kala:
Kala is an eclectic dancer, starting her professional journey in 2008, in Seoul South Korea with the Oriental belly dance troupe, Navah; the Tribal troupe, Maha Devi, and the Romani troupe, Satarma. As part of the professional troupe, Sultana, Kala also participated in - and won - the 2012 Tokyo International Belly Dance competition. Kala’s love of dance evolved to Hip hop, studying at Expression Crew studios as well as many other movement based arts. She has performed regularly at festivals, including the Korean International Performance Arts Festival and fundraisers like Bras For a Cause, and has also performed in theatrical Belly Dance productions Garden of Eden, Cinderella and La mer. She regularly teaches workshops on an international level, including Belgium, Indonesia, Korea, England and India. Now living in Kingston, Ontario, Kala splits her time between teaching Hip hop, Belly Dance and a fusion of both as well as being the artistic director of the Move Collective, aimed at creating a sustainable urban culture for youth in Kingston. Along with the city of Kingston, she has worked on the project ‘Arts on the Rise’, providing arts in lower income areas of the city and helping young people get in touch with their creative sides
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