belly dance

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Synonyms for belly dance

a Middle Eastern dance in which the dancer makes sensuous movements of the hips and abdomen

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I asked my Chinese friends about what I thought was a coincidence, but they astonished me by admitting that bellydancing is staple, daily fair on their TV channels.
Sue, who also sings for soul band Natasha and the 82s, learnt bellydancing in Hall Green 15 years ago.
There's no question bellydancing is sensuous but it is also beautiful to watch.
Offering Mediterranean cuisine, they have live entertainment from DJ's, bands, bellydancing,etc.
TOUGH TIME Angela Noble and Dan Warburton bellydancing.
The bellydancing coach is so valued by her students that they have nominated her for the Best Teacher in the Evening Gazette's Community Champion Awards.
Residents at Birmingham's first pounds 37 million purpose-built retirement village will be able to try their hand at abseiling, bellydancing and computer skills, along with a wide range of other leisure opportunities.
Bellydancing is fast becoming a national phenomenon.
The creator of the wildly popular "Bellydance Fitness for Weight-Loss" video series presents Bellydancing For Fitness: The Sexy Art That Tones Your Abs, Butt, And Thighs, a straightforward introduction to bellydance moves that can be incorporated into a solid and beautiful exercise workout.
Secretary of the group, Maura Whitehead from Honley, was similary smitten when she first saw bellydancing performed at Huddersfield's Hudawi Centre two years ago.
The three-day festival and fund-raiser for the Topanga Community House will feature two stages with ethnically diverse music, arts and crafts, and a carnival with jugglers, bellydancing and more.
From ballet to bellydancing,mastering some fancy footwork will give you confidence and improve your fitness,and what's more, anyone can do it at any age -from toddlers to those in their twilight years.
Naturally he turns to his friends, who include gay photographer Mark (Rupert Graves), middle-aged Vivienne (Clementine Celarie), who wants him to teach her more than just bellydancing, and Marilyn Monroe impersonator Linda (Juliette Lewis).
On four tapes--fat burning, basic moves, hips, buns and thighs, and arms and abs (each 30 minutes) --the sisters perform isolated movements, some influenced by their bellydancing, but most looking anything but vibrant.