With such lavish costumes dancers often forget about their feet. In general Belly Dance practice is done without shoes, especially in the HOT state of Alabama. Most of the dancers you meet on the stage don’t wear shoes either. Costume seller’s don’t sell them, so you just don’t think about protecting your feet. I’m here…Read details
As the year draws to a close I have finally found time to do a little web maintenance. My webservers are being moved and the WordPress Installation is getting an upgrade. You might notice I have a new email address too: Sumaya@AlabamaBellyDance.com. I am no longer using email@example.com as my primary email address, please update…Read details
For the second year in a row I danced at Chez LuLu in English Village (Mountain Brook, AL).
Photos from 2009 & 2010
Last weekend I attended Belly Dance Super Star Ansuya’s Cabaribalusion Certification Workshop in Atlanta, GA. Wow – what a great time! Three days of intense belly dancing, some great shopping, and a show for Saturday night! I really enjoyed Ansuya as an instructor She was focused and light hearted, great to watch and easy to…Read details
My newest project – building a White Tiger & black fringe Turkish Bedlah. I have had this idea banging around in the back of my head for years now, but I have always been afraid to try. Sewing is intimidating, especially machine sewing. It’s loud and fast and requires a piece of equipment that looks…Read details