Kaeshi Chai in Long Island

Saturday, September 16, 2017
700LongIslandWorkshop

Presented by Bei Zheng from the brand new center, Bella Dance Art!

WHERE: Bella Dance Art, 140 Jericho Tpke, Syosset, NY, 11791

WHEN: Saturday September 16th
2.30-4pm: Beginner Bellydance
4-5.30pm: Innovative Veil

BEGINNER BELLYDANCE WORKSHOP
Learn the basics of bellydance technique with other absolute beginners in a nurturing environment. Bellydance is characterized by hip articulations from Africa and fluid torso isolations and arm movements from Central Asia. You will learn to move your body through shapes that appear in nature such as circles, figure 8’s, undulations and spirals.

INNOVATIVE VEIL WORKSHOP
Bored with using the same old veil moves? Then come to Kaeshi’s veil workshop to be inspired with lots of new ideas. Become one with the veil, learn new flourishes, throws, holds, wraps and combinations. You won’t view the veil in the same way ever again. Please bring a 3 yard veil. There will be a couple of extras to borrow.

COST: $25 per workshop. Pay the day of with cash or check.

RSVP on Facebook. There is a limit of 15 students per workshop.

WHO: Kaeshi Chai is a theatrical world-fusion belly dancer who co-founded the professional dance company and school, Bellyqueen, and PURE (Public Urban Ritual Experiment), a global community of artists focused on empowerment and social change through dance and music. She organizes the annual PURE Conference focused on themes such as love, being a peaceful warrior and the 5 elements.

Kaeshi has performed and taught internationally, and is an alumni member of the Bellydance Superstars, and Jillina’s Bellydance Evolution. In addition to her years on stages from Las Vegas and beyond, from 2007-2017 she curated the weekly Djam Under Jebon event showcasing local and visiting dancers and musicians.

Kaeshi has toured her own theatrical dance shows, Journey Along the Silk Road and PURE Reflections:Beauty Reimagined around the US, Canada, Australia, Italy, Taiwan and Japan. Her mission is to develop belly dance as a stage art and explore its capability to delight, transform and empower. She teaches weekly classes at the Bellyqueen School of Dance and Steps on Broadway and leads regular teacher training courses. http://bellyqueen.com/ | www.pureglobe.org | www.kaeshi.com