Bellydance Superstar Aubre Hill from Los Angeles teaches in NYC!
Fri Jan 12th, 7-9pm: Folkloric Roots
Sat Jan 13th, 2-4pm: Dancer’s Body
Sat Jan 13th, 4-6pm: Layering Gone Wild
NOLA Studios, 244 W 54th St, 11th Floor, Studio B, New York, NY 10019
Single Workshop $45, $55 after Jan 5th
Sat Package (2 Workshops) $85, $95 at the door
Full Package (3 Workshops) $120, $130 at the door
Bellyqueen members (unlimited pass holders) get access to the early bird rates.
Folkloric Roots for Belly Dancers
Learn these essential folk dances of the Arab world used and referenced within bellydance. Explore the music and gain a greater cultural understanding of these dances. Including Saidi (Egypt), Ghawazee (Egypt), Debke (Levant), and Khaleegy (Gulf).
Dancer’s Body: The Art of Training (Lecture and workout)
Developing a self practice, importance of cross training, rehabilitation & how to best use your studio time to your advantage for efficient & effective progress. Aubre will lead this discuss providing essential information to build the best program for your dance training regardless of style as well as how to address weaknesses, injuries, and more. As a personal and group trainer for over 15 years, Aubre brings her experience of kinesiology & physiology, Pilates & yoga, fitness & wellness, and special population work to give students the tools necessary to open up their bodies for free expression. As dancers, our body is our tool. Don’t let it hold you back. Please bring a mat or towel and notebook.
Layering Gone Wild
Drills to boogle your mind and your body. Learn how to build multiple layers to create moves and steps of your own creation to more fully express your music and dynamic self.
Aubre Hill is an international dance artist based in Los Angeles. Her training includes extensive years in Raqs Sharqi, Ballet, Jazz, Contemporary, Hiphop, Musical Theatre, Pilates, and Folkdance. This training forged a unique style earning her Assistant Director of the Bellydance Superstars, guest artist for “Fuse the World”, and her own show on the Discovery channel. Aubre created the Lumina Dance Co after coming off tour in 2005. She has produced a wide range of performances bringing together artists from different genres and backgrounds to express and explore various themes of art & culture. In the fall of 2011, she founded one of the first all Arabic folkdance companies in the US, the Qabila Foundation, and she is commonly seen performing & teaching extreme fusion along side traditional folkdance. Her technical finesse and emotive soul bring together the elements to move and inspire audiences around the world.