Belly Dance: Folkloric, Saidi, and Ballet/lyrical Fusion

Saidi is a folkloric dance from Sa’id, a rural area in Upper Egypt that features bouncy horse-styled steps and large chest and shoulder movements.  It frequently incorporates a stick or cane, called an Assaya, which is twirled in various ways and used to frame and accent movements.

 

Ballet/Lyrical Belly Dance Fusion is Cecilia Rinn’s unique fusion style that combines her education and experience in ballet and modern dance with her love for belly dance to create a graceful and emotive dance form.

No group classes in these form in the winter session. Private lessons available.