(PRWEB) April 05, 2013
Belly dance is the Western name for improvised dances based on torso articulation. It originated in the Middle East and it’s also known by other names such as Egyptian dance and Arabic dance. Mariella Monroe, a professional belly dancer and certified trainer, now makes her belly dancing course guide available to the public. The course is designed for home study and includes more than 50 step-by-step videos as well as private coaching lessons to ensure each student is able to perform belly dancing proficiently. More details can be found at http://bestguidesreviews.com/belly-dancing/.
Ms. Monroe has been dancing professionally for more than 18 years. She’s performed for large audiences around the world in places as exotic as Egypt, Dubai and Asia. She operates an extremely popular dance studio in Sacramento that is typically packed with students every day of the week. Mariella enjoys teaching others how to belly dance so they can experience the joy one feels every time they are on stage performing for an audience.
The guide features lots of contents to fill a 10 week course. It is full of concepts, content-rich, full of in-depth instructions and is laid out in a very easy-to-follow format.
Belly dancing can take many different forms depending on the country in which professional dancers perform. There are a number of styles available for performers and many different dance steps. In the United States, there are several popular styles that have caught on throughout years and new styles are created every year.
The guide was developed over a 5 year period. It is the product of a lot of trial and error as well as experimentation to create a comprehensive all-in-one course that teaches students everything they need to know to become a belly dancer. It is a complete and jam-packed intensive course that teaches students everything from the basics to advanced techniques of belly dancing.
Women of all ages are encouraged to get Mariella's guide at http://bestguidesreviews.com/belly-dancing/. There is a lot more information available on the site and a couple free training videos on how to do camel moves and how to do head slides.