February 11th – March 18th 2019
Monday 7:00pm -8:00pm
Dance back into your fun and sensual side💗
We will shimmy, laugh and undulate to our happy sexy selves 💃🏾
Beginners to intermediate students welcome 🙏
932 Ward Ave FL #7
(Conveniently located directly across from the Neal Blaisdell Center)
Validated complimentary parking in structure
Please arrive 10mins prior to your very first class to register at the front desk. You are not required to be a member of the Honolulu Club to attend.
Benefits of Bellydancing:
Back and Joints pains are relieved. …
Bone Density Increases. …
Low impact Form of Exercise. …
Helps in Loosing Weight. …
Helps in Preparing for Childbirth. …
Stress Levels. …
Boosting your Self-Esteem. …
Helping to relieve PMS…
and so much more…
Rates and more info www.MaliaDelapenia.com or call 234-1006
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Mandira thinks of life as a dance, with each person dancing to the tune of a different drummer. Born in 1965, brought up and educated in India, Iraq and the US, Mandira turned to healing with alternate therapies, about 20 years ago. She found her calling through this work in transformational healing and went on to complete extensive trainings in Reiki, Counseling with Transactional Analysis, Meditation & Movement modules, Colour and Crystal Therapy.
Over the years she has experienced and trained in various meditation techniques , along with understanding the importance of dance and movement to energy. She is professionally present as a facilitator for those who wish to find their own unique rhythm. She also serves as a Vaastu Consultant – the Indian form of Feng shui.
She teaches Meditative Bellydance at the Still & Moving Center.
SATURDAYS, JANUARY 19-FEBRUARY 23, 12:15PM-1:15PM
Still & Moving Center
1024 Queen St, Honolulu, Hawaii 96814
Join international guest artist Mandira on Saturdays, January 19th – February 23rd! Come and discover how this ancient dance helps you to connect with the center of your being. Allow the rhythmic movements of the dance to bring you into One-ness with yourself and the Universe. Considered by some to be the most ancient dance in the world, belly dance a muscle dance originated by women for all ages, shapes, and sizes, including those who think they cannot dance! Energetic, fun-filled and centering! This module combines Hara awareness with dance, movement, breath work, catharsis, and creative visualization, making for a relaxing and meditative experience.
About Mandira Srivastava
Mandira thinks of life as a dance, with each person dancing to the tune of a different drummer. Born in 1965, brought up and educated in India, Iraq and the US, Mandira turned to healing with alternate therapies, about 20 years ago. She found her calling through this work in transformational healing and went on to complete extensive trainings in Reiki, Counseling with Transactional Analysis, Meditation & Movement modules, Colour and Crystal Therapy.Over the years she has experienced and trained in various meditation techniques , along with understanding the importance of dance and movement to energy. She is professionally present as a facilitator for those who wish to find their own unique rhythm. She also serves as a Vaastu Consultant – the Indian form of Feng shui.
For more information, visit https://www.stillandmovingcenter.com/2019/01/meditative-bellydance-with-madira-srivastava/
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Holly is a highly experienced group fitness/dance instructor certified by American College of Sports Medicine, SharQui, and Zumba® (all formats).
Holly Rudin-Braschi, Master of Music, Manhattan School of Music, NYC
Author Holly’s Ukulele Method™
Ukulele, Guitar and Beginning Piano Instructor
Private and Group Lessons
American College of Sports Medicine certified fitness instructor
Zumba, Zumbatomic, Zumba Toning, Zumba Gold,
Sharqui® Bellydance, Aquatic Exercise Certified Instructor
Culinary Instructor, Author, and Journalist
Melinda Walker’s passion is to create a community of Tribal Belly Dance here in the islands. She was born and raised on Oahu, and began studying Gypsy Caravan Tribal Belly Dance in 1993 in Portland with Paulette Rees-Denis, its founder. Her studies progressed when she was invited to perform with the troupe “Sister Caravan” directed by Ms. Rees-Denis, in Portland and beyond. After moving to the San Francisco Bay area, she studied with Jill Parker for about 2 years. After a pause in her dance timeline she moved back to the island where she was born and raised and made a commitment to become certified to teach the form of dance that she knows and loves the most: Gypsy Caravan Tribal Belly Dance ®.
Learn more about Melinda and her workshops and classes at http://www.islandtribalhawaii.com/.
Haunani began Bellydancing at the age of 20. In her early Bellydance years she studied Egyptian Cabaret from a local teacher, Shadyia. She also began taking Tribal Fusion classes from Kalae Kaina at a dance studio near her home. She went to see Shakti Dance Movement perform at a local hot spot and was totally captivated. There was fire, beautiful fluid bellydance, and a community of women on the stage. She has been a dedicated member and student of Shakti Dance Movement for over 10 years. Tribal Fusion Bellydance has been an array of life experiences for her–an expression of art, empowerment, health/wellness, the learner/the teacher/the performer, a spiritual practice, but most importantly the gift of sisterhood and feminine wisdom. She is so grateful for all the love and support from her family and all who support her love of dance.
For a list of Haunani’s classes, visit http://www.shakti808.com/classes
Teresa has created a fun hearted class to share her joy of Middle Eastern dance! Basic to advanced isolation movements will be drilled individually (including ¾ shimmies) and in combo format! The currant dance series is always evolving with the students present. You will get a taste of veil work with our energizing warm up and dive into the soul as we end with some improve!
What is Improvisational Dance? Improvisational dance is when you listen to music and allow your body to respond. During class we will practice dancing without planned choreography. We will let the music (traditional or non) inspire us to move. You may find yourself moving in combos that you have drilled or other movements that you feel comfortable in. This is where your basic practice is really beneficial so that when you dance improve you can let go and not think of what comes next! Don’t worry if you get stuck find ways to inspire yourself!
Teresa teaches every Sunday (excluding certain events/holidays) at Yoga Loft Hawaii, 94-547 Ukee Street, Suite 205, Waipahu, HI.
Visit https://www.facebook.com/bellydanceclasseswithteresa/ to learn more about her classes and workshops.
Malia is an acclaimed professional performing artist, instructor and choreographer based in Honolulu Hawaii. She has been showcased in countless corporate and private events, television, theater and concert stages throughout the US. Her performances have been described as “Elegant” “Passionate” and “ A Timeless Expression of Belly Dance”. Malia’s enduring professionalism, dependability and engaging presence have made her a sought after performer and choreographer.
Growing up in Hawaii, Malia was surrounded by music and dance and it was this influence that allowed her to find her passion in the performing arts. Her introduction to Middle- Eastern Culture came in 1999, since then, she has studied with some of the top instructors in the world and has performed with award winning belly dancers world-wide.
When Malia isn’t performing she is teaching beginner to advanced dancers from around the world. She is known for her intrinsically motivating teaching techniques bringing energy and fun to each of her classes. You can take one of Malia Delapenia’s belly dance classes here locally in Honolulu or at one of her numerous touring workshops through out the US.
Visit her website at http://www.maliadelapenia.com/ for class schedules or to book an event.
Murat Demirtas has trained at the well known Michael King Pilates and with Roxy Menzies. As an instructor he brings a remarkable sense of body awareness and enjoys sharing his knowledge with students. He hails from a background of dance, gymnastics, pilates and aerobics. He has taught dance and various movement modalities for the Turkish educational system, professional dance companies and artists. He has performed for many big companies including the Women for Nike Tour.
Based on his belief that every individual is a healer. Murat’s mission is to create an environment that guides people to evolve into their full potential. His successful classes are a fusion dance and aerobics that helps to bring an awereness of an individual’s inner power. Murat is the perfect balance of creativity and business, Murat is a well rounded teacher + artist + athlete with a special aura, joyful vibration and spirit that conveys his love of movement.
Murat teaches Turkish Belly Dance for Fitness and Belly Dance for Performance at the Still & Moving Center at 1024 Queen Street, Honolulu, Hawaii.
For a schedule of Murat’s classes, visit https://www.stillandmovingcenter.com/information/classes/dance/
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.
Follow Dayl and her troupe, Sahara Spirit, at https://www.facebook.com/saharaspirittribal/ and inquire about her workshops.