Jan 29, 2017 Saidi: Raks Al Sayya Workshop with Amala Gameela

Saidi: Raks Al Sayya Workshop with Amala Gameela

Event Date: Jan 29, 2017 | Aloha Dancesport Center | View Map

Immerse Yourself in Folkloric Egyptian Dance!

Learn the famous Saidi stick dance of Upper Egypt with one of the very few dancers in Hawaii who has perfected this beautiful dance and preserved it’s authenticity. Amala’s background of various belly dance styles surpass basic steps and reach deep into the culture, history and eclectic music. She is eager for you to enjoy fun and sassy Saidi combos in one of her favorite, original choreographies while sharing Saidi instrumentation, rhythm and costuming.
Some dance experience recommended and all dance styles are welcome!
Hand-outs and music are provided but sticks to borrow are limited.


Complete Workshop information



Date: Jan 29th
Location: Aloha Dancesport Center –  350 Ward Avenue Honolulu

Time: 4p – 6:30p 4:00 -6:30pm
In advanced Cost: Non-MEDAH – $35.00,  
MEDAH Members – $30

At the door: $40.00

Nov 16: Amala Gameela performs at Kan Zaman

Amala Gameela performs at Kan Zaman
Nov 16 at 7:30 PM
Kan Zaman
1028 Nuuanu Ave, Honolulu, Hawaii 96813

Enjoy enchanting belly dance performances by Amala Gameela and delicious, authentic Middle Eastern entrees. Reservations are strongly encouraged. BYOB
Please call 808-554-3847 for details and reservations.


Nov 12, 2016: Amala Gameela performs at Aloha Dancesport Center’s Social Dance Party

Join the Aloha Dancesport Center Ohana for a studio party! Amala is excited to be a part of the fabulous line-up of performers!

Event Date: Nov 12, 2016 | Aloha Dancesport Center | View Map

Doors open at 7pm.
$10/ person with a reservation or $15/ person admission at the door.

For details and reservations call 808-200-5540.





American Tribal Style® Belly Dance Intro Workshop

November 12, 2016, 3-5pm

Cost: $22

Still and Moving Center
1024 Queen St., Honolulu

For more information, contact dayl@saharaspirittribal.com


American Tribal Style® belly dance is a celebration of feminine and evocative movements that are rooted in the earth. It has been designed to bring out the best in people of all ages, shapes and sizes. The dance is created through group improvisation using a common vocabulary of movements, steps and cues. ATSâ combines movement from folkloric inspired dances to a fusion of modern and ancient dance techniques from North India, the Middle East, Spain and Africa. For more information about ATSâ, please visit http://fcbd.com/about/

Your instructor, Dayl, will teach a simple choreography based on ATS® movements. You’ll learn several of the basic moves on which to build your repertoire!


Open to dancers and movers of all ages, genders and abilities.


What to wear/bring to the workshop: Full skirt or comfortable dance pants (no jeans or non-stretch pants), tank top or T-shirt, bare feet or dance shoes, a scarf to tie around your hips (no coin belts), water, pen and paper…and enthusiasm!


Dayl’s Bio

Dayl fell in love with ATS® belly dance during her first class in January 1999 and has been performing and teaching ever since. Dayl has performed with several professional troupes in Oklahoma (Gypsy Fire), Texas (Tribal Evolution, Wild Sky Tribal) and Sydney (Urban Turban, Tribal Spirit) She has studied the dance form extensively in the USA and Australia, taking classes from such greats as Carolena Nericcio-Bohlman and Megha Gavin of Fat Chance Belly Dance, achieving her Teacher Training Certificate in 2016. Dayl incorporates zills, sword, veil, flags, fire fingers, poi/ fire poi, and fire lotuses in her performances, classes and workshops. She also facilitates mask making workshops working with dance related themes.

Dayl’s passion for tribal belly dance extends to the love of community, bringing people together to move and dance the same “language”. She believes that creativity is a vehicle for good health, and what better way than to express it than through the art of dance! Dayl creates a great space in which to learn, injecting humour and encouragement in the class environment whilst catering for all learning styles.


December 5 – 12, 2016: 6th Annual Hawaii Retreat with Zoe Jakes & Kami Liddle




6th Annual Hawaii Retreat with Zoe Jakes & Kami Liddle

Kalani Oceanside Retreat Center

12-6860 Kalapana Kapoho Beach Road, Pahoa, HI 96778

December 5th – December 12th. 2016

For reservations, visit:


Embark on an experience of a lifetime at the world famous Kalani Honua Retreat Center with Belly Dance Super Stars, Zoe Jakes and Kami Liddle. Soak in the beauty of Hawaii and deepen your dance with a total of 40 hours of Tribal Fusion Belly Dance training! This retreat is designed to help you take your dance to the next level, by giving you the tools and techniques that will assist you in your growth as a dancer.  Receive personal attention from Kami and Zoe that will catapult your dance!! 
Join us for this amazing week of dance, inspiration, and adventure! Connect with dancers from around the world as you relax and enjoy all that Hawaii has to offer! Enjoy the healthy, local, and mostly organic meals that Kalani is famous for. This dance retreat is intended for Intermediate/Advanced dancers, but beginners who are up for a challenge are welcome!  This retreat is open to 45 participants during the weeklong intensive and an additional 30 during the weekend intensive.

Read the great review by WIldSpice Mag of our 2015 retreat here:


Watch the beautiful re-cap video produced by WildSpice Mag here:


Shakti’s Den Productions

Organizer of 6th Annual Hawaii Retreat with Zoe Jakes & Kami Liddle