singer Shakira Belly Dance
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i was asked to enter a mister "Hotel" election.. one of the tasks was to bellydance.. i won the bellydancingpart :-) just laugh it up !! i love to act a fool
Mais um trailler do evento mais esperado do ano, o DiFilms Bellydance Festival, no jornal Árabe.
Mais um trailler do DiFilms Bellydance Festival - Edição 2008. Dia 20 de setembro de 2008 no teatro Goiânia Ouro. Bailarinas convidadas: Claudia Lúcia - Livia Prado - Monah - Raquel Samra - Yaminah - Ramahyana e Tyrone - Jeannie Pizarro - Michele Martins - Cicilya Custodio - Clarice Nahid - Sáluah - Kareemah -Surya Macário e convidada de Rio Verde Shana Hafsa. Ingressos Limitados.
A DiFilms tem o prazer de apresentar a segunda edição do seu espetáculo: DiFilms Bellydance Festival - Edição 2009.
Presença das bailarinas convidadas: Shana Hafsa - Camila Valentino - Marianne Faria - Claudia Lucia - Cicilya Custodio -
Kareemah - Jeannie Pizarro - Michele Martins - Natália Barreto - Raquel Samra - Ramahyana Barreto & Tyrone Cavalcanti - Sáluah - Larissa Branquinho - Suzy Milhomem - Taty Ribeiro - Súrya Macario - Losy. E ainda participação do músico percurssionista, Mahmoud Al Masri.
Um evento beneficente onde todo o alimento arrecadado sera doado para o Hospital Araújo Jorge. Patrocínio: Emporio Monte Líbano - Chopp Klaro - Leites Manacá - Della panificadora - Vila Rica Palace hotel - Resturante Hong Kong - Toshca. Apoio: Flash comunicação visual - Enajer maquiagem para dança do ventre - Lili Alves - RG bordados - Luz studio de dança. Informações: www.difilmsbellydance****
Saida y Mario Kirlis en el Bellydance Weekend (Organizado por Infoarabe).
Saida is one of the best bellydance superstars in the world.
Saida Bellydance Baladi SAIDA bolero Mario Kirlis Soleiman Mayra Huzid Emine
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Dancing model: Voldy
Duet Oasis Dance- Ebru Becker Vera Ershova - winners of an open cup on bellydance 2014.mp4
Many experts say belly dancing is the oldest form of dance, having roots in all ancient cultures from the orient to India to the mid-East. Probably the greatest misconception about belly dancing is that it is intended to entertain men.
Throughout history, this ritualized expression has usually been performed for other women–generally during fertility rites or parties preparing a young woman for marriage. In most cases, the presence of men is not permitted.
Belly dancing is natural to a woman’s bone and muscle structure with movements emanating from the torso rather than in the legs and feet. The dance often focuses upon isolating different parts of the body, moving them independently in sensuous patterns, weaving together the entire feminine form. Belly dancing is generally performed barefoot, thought by many to emphasize the intimate physical connection between the dancer, her expression, and Mother Earth.
Belly dancing costumes are often colorful, flowing garments, accented with flowing scarves and veils. Finger cymbals (made of brass and known as zills) are common, dating back to 200 B. C. as well as exotic jewelry, including intricate belts made of coins that, in earlier days, comprised the family’s wealth so that it might be portable in the event the woman needed to move quickly or flee. Other interesting accessories used during the dance are swords, snakes, large vessels, and even huge candelabras, complete with flaming candles.