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Girls Night Out Friday, June 30!

Fri., June 30, 7-8:30 p.m.: Curious about dance class, but not sure if it's for you? Come join us at Girls Night Out. Everything's free! We'll have refreshments and Safira will talk about the history of bellydance. Then we'll dance! We'll share two 30 minute classes; Tribal and Traditional belly dance. If June or July is your birthday month, we'll have a birthday present for you. Come 10 min. early to get seated before 7. No need to RSVP, just come and enjoy!

New Classes Start July 5!

Welcome to Safira's! Enjoy good health, happy dancing and world culture with us. Our new July-August session starts Wednesday, July 5.

If you would like a flamenco class for absolute beginners, drop us a line and we'll arrange one! Click here to see our website! And feel free to forward this to your family and friends!

Classes for Beginners

Tribal Fusion Bellydance: 7:00 p.m. Tuesdays: Tribal bellydance incorporates moves and costuming from many cultures. Slinky, sexy, fun-loving, lots of body isolations, with wild and fun costumes. Want to dance in tattoos, black fishnets and/or white lace? This may be your style! Taught by Tribal performer Ayita. Cost: Cost: $70 for 7 weeks, or $45 if you take another class.

Beginning/Advanced Beginning Bellydance Technique: 7:00 p.m. Wednesdays: Here's a great chance to learn turns, footwork, changes of facing and balance. Also learn or perfect hip rolls, undulations, sit kicks, and arm positions. If you're new, it's okay, we'll help you! Taught by Safira. Cost: $70 for 7 weeks, or $45 if you take another class.

Higher Level Classes

Intermediate/Advanced Bellydance Technique: 10:15 a.m. Saturdays: Want to move up into intermediate belly dance? Here’s a great chance to learn turns, footwork, changes of facing and balance. This class is for you if you are already comfortable with hip rolls, undulations, sit kicks, and arms in 2nd position. Like Wednesday, but ramped-up a bit! Ask Safira if this class is for you! Taught by Safira. Cost: $70 for 7 weeks, or $45 if you take another class.

Advanced Beg./Intermed. Flamenco: 10:30 a.m. Wednesdays: A fiery dance created by the gypsies who settled in Spain. Want a strong dance? Is belly dance too pretty and soft for you? Kick the floor with us! This class learns technique and performs choreographies. Taught by Safira Zeki. Cost: 1 1/2 hour class is $105 for 7 weeks.

Intermediate Bellydance: 6:00 p.m. Wednesdays: A professional bellydance class at intermediate level. Learn turns, where to look while dancing, arms, layered shimmies, higher-level steps and moves. Lots of choreography! Taught by Safira. Ask Safira if this class is for you! Cost: $70 for 7 weeks, or $45 if you take another class.

Intermediate Bellydance and Gypsy: 5:30 p.m. Thursdays: Part gypsy fusion, part belly dance: Turkish, Lebanese and Spanish dance with lots of Arabic and Egyptian. Saucy skirt dances! Bellydance technique and choreography, Gypsy Cardio! Taught by Safira Zeki. Ask Safira if this class is for you! Cost: $70 for 7 weeks, or $45 if you take another class.

Advanced Bellydance: 7:00 Thursdays: The higher you go, the harder you have to work. Choreography learned quickly, advanced turns and footwork. Taught by Safira Zeki. Ask Safira if this class is for you! Cost: $70 for 7 weeks, or $45 if you take another class.



See Us Dance

Sat., August 19: See our Baila! World Dance Show, 8:00 p.m. at our studio, 2919 E. Kellogg Drive. We convert the studio to a theater, and share our dances with you -- Mid-Eastern and Tribal Fusion belly dance and flamenco. We also provide snacks. Cost: $7.00.



Come join us at Safira's to be the healthy, fit, beautiful woman that it's in you to be! Good luck with every part of your life. Remember to believe in yourself and be kind to yourself. And stay in touch!
Safira Zeki

Photography of Safira's dancers courtesy of David Staples



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