EGYPTIAN DANCE

& Other Classes

 

Khadija (Professor Katrina Valenzuela) has been teaching Egyptian dance, culture, and Arabic Language since 1980 in the US and internationally.  Khadija offers basic and intermediate belly dance classes with an emphasis on the Egyptian style of dance.

Need more information?  Contact Khadija at dancerkat@aol.com or click on the "Contact Us" button.

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BEGINNER
BELLY DANCE CLASS

Wednesdays: 7:00 PM

Classes start on Wednesday, Aug. 4th. 

 

Awaken your inner Goddess with Khadija while having fun and staying fit!  The original core-strengthening practice for women of all shapes and sizes. 

Private studio, non-competitive and empowering, no observers.

Class Fee: $80 for 4 weeks

Pay by check or Venmo

How to Register: Send your registration and full payment to:  Khadija, Box 711, YarmouthPort, MA 02675

Class Location: 

Dream Studios Cape Cod

at Union Station Plaza

23Q White's Path

South Yarmouth, MA

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TROUPE
REHEARSAL

Wednesdays: 8:00 PM

Classes start on Wednesday, Aug 4th.

This class is for troupe dancers.  Dancers learn new and established dance routines performed by Troupe Mirage Cape Cod.

 

Class Fee: $80 for 4 weeks  

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PRIVATE LESSONS  ARE AVAILABLE

Khadija offers private lessons and coaching in Yarmouth, MA.  Click on "Contact Us" to contact Khadija to schedule private lessons.

Cost: $50 per session

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CCCC COURSE ON MIDDLE EASTERN DANCE AND CULTURE

Khadija (Prof. Katrina Valenzuela) teaches a 3-credit Middle Eastern Dance and Culture Course at the Cape Cod Community college Barnstable campus. 

Instructor: Professor Katrina Valenzuela

E-mail questions to: kvalenzuela@capecod.edu

Register for DAN127 at Cape Cod Community College, 508-362-2131

Learn the authentic Egyptian dance style!  Private Studio, No Observers.  All Levels Welcome.

Come join a community of happy and focused women who love to dance and celebrate life!  Immerse yourself in the mystery and magic of the most ancient dance art form.  Laugh, and have fun while learning a feminine, entrancing, moving mediation.

What to wear - A close-fitting stretch top with leggings, tights, or a long skirt, barefoot or soft slippers. You can also bring a large scarf or shawl to wrap your hips.