Book NOW for Our Spring 2022 Belly Dance Classes!
Term will begin on 10th January with classes for complete beginners through to intermediate level dancers.
Scroll down to learn more about our classes and to book your place!
To help keep you dancing safely, we will continue to adhere to COVID safety measures in all of our classes for the foreseeable future. Please visit this page for further details
If there are any changes to the COVID rules on indoor activities that mean classes can no longer go ahead, you will be offered a refund or the option of attending classes online
If you have any questions about classes check out our FAQs page or email Louise@cambridgebellydance.co.uk
Our Spring term will be 10 weeks long, and the fees must be paid in advance to secure your place. Classes can be paid for via PayPal, or if you prefer, you can pay bank transfer – email Louise@cambridgebellydance.co.uk for details!
Please note that a £3 charge course bookings will be added to payments made via Pay Pal
By booking a place on one of our courses you are agreeing to our terms and conditions
Bookings are not refundable or transferable and your place is not secure until payment is received
Beginners classes are for those with less than 6 months of belly dance experience. Never set foot in a dance class before? This class is for you!
In this class, Louise will take you through the fundamental moves and isolations used in Egyptian belly dance and she will introduce you to some of the different dance and musical styles seen in the Middle East. Over the course of the term, you will learn a fun belly dance choreography that will be built up each week, when its finished you could make it your new party piece!
Course Cost £67 (+£3 if paying with PayPal)
Mondays: 7:30 – 9:00pm at The Centre at St Paul’s, Hills Rd, Cambridge
***Course Dates: 10th,17th, 24th, 31st January,7th,21st,28th February, 7th,14th,21st March***
This class is for those who are confident with their basic technique and would like to take their dancing up to the next level.
In this class, Louise will introduce you to more challenging technique and combinations that build on the technique learned at Beginner Level. This can include elements such as layering, travelling steps, and turns. You will also work on a choreography during each term and experiment with improvisation and activities involving group work
You must have been dancing for at least two terms at beginner level and have a good understanding of basic belly dance technique to be eligible for this class.
If you have not been to our classes before, please email Louise@cambridgebellydance.co.uk before booking your place on this course
Course Cost: £85 (+£3 if using Pay Pal)
Intermediate Level (by invitation)
Wednesdays: 7:45 – 9:15pm at Netherhall School, Queen Ediths Way, Cambridge
***Course Dates: 12th,19th, 26th January 2nd 9th,23rd February, 2nd, 9th,16th,23rd March***
You must have been dancing at Improver Level for a minimum of three terms and have a solid understanding of improver level technique before joining this class.
Intermediate Level is for more experienced dancers who have developed a solid understanding of core belly dance technique and can execute this clearly. This class is taught at a faster pace, you will be working on more challenging technique and choreography which may involve the use of props and working together as a group.
There is strong emphasis on performance and all members of the Intermediate class are encouraged to perform with the student troupe Aiwa! at haflas, festivals and local events, however this will be dependant on regular attendance in weekly classes and rehearsals.
At intermediate level, you will be expected to take more control of your own learning and dance development through attending classes regularly, and taking time in between classes to practice technique and choreography. It is also strongly recommended that students in this class attend workshops with other teachers wherever possible, in addition to the course.
Course Cost: £85 (+£3 if using Pay Pal)
All classes include an instructor led warm up followed by technique drills and usually choreography that is built up over the course of the term, some times students will also do exercises involving group work and improvisational dance. Classes are then finished with a cool down and gentle stretching exercises