"Dance is the air we breathe!"

I have been dancing since I could walk. Learning the native dance
of my roots and exploring new dance in ballet, tap, hula, freestyle
and any other dance that comes my way! I have been looking for a
rhythm all my life and have found it in bellydancing! I hope that you
will love the dance as much as I do. I have been bellydancing for
three years. The doors of belly dance were first opened to me by
my inspirational guide,
Jerusha, whose teaching continues to this
day to help me develop and grow in confidence. I also studied
under respected instructors
Sahara, Maya, Sahirnee and many
others.

I am the leader of the Dunes and student dance troupe that was
born of the Shifting Sands. Come dance with me!
Marina
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Type of classes offered:  
Beginning  classes focusing on  Egyptian, and  American cabaret style.

Beginning Belly Dance - This is for those who have never bellydanced, who have little experience using choreography, or
those  who just want to drill on basics.  Learn the grace of the veil and the rhythm of the ancient zills. Learn a short bit of
choreography to perform alone or as a group! Class open to all levels.
Contact: marinastevens18@yahoo.com or (541)693-3702 or 475-1841

Dance Arts Unlimited
Class Location:  Classes held at Dance Arts Unlimited are being held at the old Saint Marks building, 13 SW F Street
Madras, OR  541-475-1841
Teaching Schedule:  
Classes on Thursday nights starting 7:00-8:15pm $50 for 8 weeks.

Private Lessons   
I can help you with choreography to a routine we may be learning in class, or give suggestions on your improvisational
dancing, or your own choreography. $10 hour. 541-693-3702
These pages are provided as a courtesy to the performers as a benefit of guild membership.
Please contact performers directly; the guild is not responsible for the performance of
dancers. If you're interested in having the guild sponsor an event, please contact a board
member and state that explicitly. "Oooh... sparkly!"