Belly Dance Classes with Omaris

STARTING OCTOBER 2nd
NEW LOCATION | ARTS AFTER SCHOOL
3510 Weems Rd, Tallahassee, FL 32317

Belly Dance Classes

IN-PERSON ONLY Starting on Oct 2nd

Saturdays at 10:00 am Belly Dance Beginner (1 hour)

Saturdays at 11:15 am Drills (1 hour)

ONLINE ONLY

Tuesdays at 7:00 pm: BellyBurn (45 minutes)

Classes via ZOOM

Request to join the Private FB Group to receive your Zoom link

Online Belly Dance Classes with Omaris.

If you don't have a FB Account, please send me an email to

omarisdancer@gmail.com and receive your Zoom link.

 

We will be taking the necessary precautions. 
We will be keeping social distance (the new location is huge!). In-person classes are limited.

If you are not vaccinated, you must use a facemask.
Hand sanitizer will be provided.

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Please check FB for updates.

Contact me if needed at omarisdancer@gmail.com

Omaris

Photo by The Dancers Eyes

Buy Your Goddess Class Card or Pay a Drop-In!

 

“I’m really enjoying being in your class and learning from you Omaris! The choreography is challenging for me.  Thank you for sharing your gifts and talent!”  ~ Dawn Storm - USA

4 Goddess Class Card

USD$45.00

Bonus: 15% off Online Lesson

8 Goddess Class Card

USD$80.00

Bonus: 2 Songs Tracks chosen by

Omaris' personal music collection

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Drop-In

USD$12.00

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PayPal fees are added to your express checkout

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What to wear...

Feel comfortable!

Bottoms:

I prefer leggings, capris or yoga pants. I want to see the movement of your legs and feet. No long skirts, please.

Tops:

Sports bras, a t-shirt or tank top. 

You don't need to show your belly if you don't want to. 

Shoes:

You may use jazz shoes (flat sole), dance paws, ballet sandals, or barefoot.

Hip Scarves are optional.  With coins or without coins.

Don't forget to bring water and wear your smile! 

 

Class Description

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Saturdays at 10:00 am EST

Belly Dance Level 1

In this class, you will create the foundation of belly dance by learning proper posture, how to shift your weight, and basic steps that will part of your dance from now on. We will work on technique, and sometimes short/easy combos for smooth transitions.

1 Hour / In-Person

 

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Saturdays at 11:15 am EST

Drills

How important is it to repeat a step? A LOT in order to create muscle memory. In this class we will repeat and repeat a step, changing speed, angles, and patterns creating texture. From basic moves to layers. In every class, we will be working on a different topic.

1 Hour / In-Person

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Tuesdays at 7:00 pm EST

BellyBurn

This fun class will help you to burn some calories, tone, and have more fun! Starting with warming up, arm exercising with dumbbells (optional), and using the fun of Belly Dance and other dances to sweat! I meant...dance. (3 or 5 pounds dumbbells suggested)

45 Minutes / Online Only

Private Lessons

"Omaris, you make magic" ~ Roger Crawford

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Photo by Pixie Vision

Omaris is available for private lessons. 

For more information about price, please contact Omaris at omarisdancer@gmail.com

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"Omaris is a professional dancer and instructor known for her passionate and intense performances. To watch her dance is not just a passive event; Omaris makes one feel.  A true artist, Omaris is able to evoke from her audience the emotion she wants it to experience: passion, longing, pain, and joy. One is often left sitting in their seat, stunned by her captivating performance. This is no easy feat. Omaris possesses a strong technical foundation to back up her artistry. Her classes are popular in that she fuses technique with insights on showmanship that are priceless for any dancer. An often overlooked component of Omaris’ dance is her musicality. Her specialty is expressing the melodic lines in pieces seamlessly –and her drum solo’s aren’t too shabby either.  So, let’s get to know our sultry Dominican Rose and Queen of Smiles, Omaris".

 

By Stacy Reyer