A Belly Dance Fringe Flashmob

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Every Adelady can learn this sensual & playful routine loaded with fun, femininity & charm. Belly Dance like nobody's watching as you discover the divine diva within! Delight in these sensational sessions for fun & fitness with the exciting option to participate in the public flashmob performance.

The secret location is within easy walking distance from the studio & we'll shimmy down together directly after the March 19 workshop. Workshop attire: Comfy exercise gear. Flash mob attire: Something you'd pop on for a Sunday soiree & shoes to bop in.

Past, present & new students will love this simple yet highly entertaining routine set to an inspiring medley of songs, hypnotic beats & genres from pop to classic & iconic. Bust a sequin & rock like an Egyptian in this unique Fringe flashmob or simply get loud & cheer us on. Jingly hip scarves are available to buy or borrow. Whether you join the public performance for a few seconds or the entire routine our unsuspecting audience will adore you!.

Presented by:
Nayima Hassan

Nayima Hassan, of Egyptian descent, is SA’s leading lady of Belly Dance having performed over 8,000 shows & taught over 6,000 classes. By invitation she has performed for rock stars, royalty & celebrities to include Mick Jagger, Prince Edward & Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber.
Nayima began her stellar career in 1987 with a local debut at the Arts Theatre. She has since travelled extensively often receiving extended performance contracts. Celebrated nationally & internationally as a world class entertainer & an inspiring teacher, Nayima continues to perform regularly as audiences of all ages & cultures remain captivated by her magnificent dance of Egypt.
Nayima established her school in Adelaide in 1995. Set within a historic 1860’s church at 240 Franklin Street, the studio is adorned with exotic décor & grand statues. The Academy is globally unique as a shrine to the dance of her Egyptian heritage. Experience an ancient art with a modern twist at SA’s own little Egypt in the heart of Adelaide.

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