6 Tips for Fluid Arms and Hands

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Belly Dance U has published my new article on 6 Tips for Fluid Arms and Hands… Enjoy!

“Rosa Noreen has to-die-for arms and hands. They float through the space around her with heartbreaking grace and fluidity, adding an ethereal quality to her movement and helping her dance express everything from longing to playfulness.

“Luckily, Rosa’s  new DVD, “A Dancer’s Hands & Arms,” will help the rest of us achieve our dreams of grace and expression. She generously agreed to share these tips with Belly Dance U readers to help us improve our lines and fluidity as well.”

Read the full article here!

6 Tips for Fluid Arms and Hands from Rosa Noreen

 

 

 

Bad dress rehearsal, good show

American Tribal Janet

There is an old theatre superstition that a bad dress rehearsal will lead to a great show. And sometimes… sometimes it’s really true. Here’s a story.

A few weeks ago, I returned to Maine to reconnect with the studio I co-founded, Bright Star World Dance, and teach and perform in conjunction with the studio’s five-year anniversary show.

Diana Saylor drove up from Connecticut to perform with me. I love dancing with Diana — we hear the same things in the music, and I feel a high degree of calm, mutual trust when we dance together. Sometimes you find dance partners that just click, and Diana is one of those people for me. We discussed the set and costuming via e-mail ahead of time, prepared to just show up and improvise together.

When we finally saw each other on Friday night, we danced the set before the show. Our minds were in other…

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