Weekly Classes by Alicia BellyCraft
Classes are held in Fort Lauderdale, Florida and are currently by Appointment Only.
Please email for more information.
BellyCraft Belly Dance
Supplies: yoga mat, hand towel & water
CLASS DESCRIPTION: Known for her fun, upbeat, innovative, and energetic teaching style, Alicia shares her approach on this modern American expression of Oriental Danceopen to those dancers wishing to explore, develop, and challenge themselves with Alicia’s personal style of fusion bellydance; BellyCraft. Explore layering, traveling movements, turns, floorwork, finger cymbals & veil technique. Using alternative, world and electronic music and uniquely blending traditional, modern and urban styles of dance, these highly exuberant and contagious sessions are as challenging as they are rewarding for all those who attend. Bring your yoga mat, veil, finger cymbals and water.
“The body is the dancer’s instrument. It displays, interprets and transforms the music that moves it to
express the art, experience, and theatre of dance.”-Alicia BellyCraft
Private & Semi-Private Instruction and Coaching
Alicia BellyCraft is available in south Florida as well as on-line via Skype for private and semi-private instruction.
Contact Alicia via email for current rates & terms.
Private Belly Dance Instruction: technique, critique & coaching
This hour is all about YOU!
New to bellydance and want personal attention? Need assistance with a choreography?
A certain technique giving you some trouble? Alicia of BellyCraft is now available to assist you
personally in a one on one setting with any of your bellydance concerns. Book an hour at your
leisure and convenience and give yourself the gift of a creative exchange that will bring you back
and keep you fixed on your goals, more confident and refreshed, and better prepared to deliver
your art to your audience.
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Alicia Belly Craft teaching a mini class at the Mid Eastern Dance Exchange on Miami Beach in 2006.
Photo: Denise Marino