Jun
29
Thu
Level 1 Tribal Bellydance with Deep Roots Dance @ Phinney Neighborhood Center, Room 7
Jun 29 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Deep Roots Dance Med Fest 2013This level will get you moving to the tribal groove, with an introduction to the fundamentals of tribal movement and partner work, isolations, & strength-building. We’ll get you dancing from the very first class! Geared toward the new student, but vital to continuing students for refinement, this class establishes a strong foundation for every dancer. Even if you have taken tribal and/or other bellydance classes before, this class will be instrumental in familiarizing students specifically with Deep Roots’ particular style.

Classes include a gentle warm-up, then we cover in detail one slow and one fast concept, and finally we work with transitions and partnering concepts. Students will need to purchase high quality student zils (finger cymbals), which can be found at Saroyan Mastercrafts–either Afghanis or Grecians are recommended.

Classes run in 6-week sessions throughout the year.
Please visit our website for full details and registration:

http://www.deeprootsdance.com/p/classes.html
Thursdays 7:00-8:00pm at Phinney Neighborhood Center

Deep Roots Dance offers weekly classes in ATS-based tribal and fusion bellydance classes in North Seattle, as well as workshops locally and around the US. Our curriculum has been developed over a decade of teaching women of all walks of life and experience levels. Instructor of the Year nominated teacher Sharon ‘Shay’ Moore believes in an integrated approach to learning, developing both mind and body through strong foundations and a “take your time” approach to learning and growing in the dance. Shay is known for her thorough and clear instruction, giving students of all levels opportunities to not only grow in their physical skill, but also their intellectual understanding of the dance format & history. Instructors strive to give individual attention, and students are encouraged to ask any and all questions throughout the class.

Info and registration at http://www.deeprootsdance.com

Level 2 Tribal Bellydance with Deep Roots Dance @ Phinney Neighborhood Center, Room 7
Jun 29 @ 8:00 pm – 9:00 pm

class_level2Level 2: Combos & Concepts
Build on your vocabulary and concepts you learned in Level 1, and challenge yourself at this next step in your dance explorations. In this 12-week cycle we put the emphasis is on refinement of skills and exploring various combinations and variations. This class is best used in combination with Level 1 – Foundations as there is no breakdown of the foundation steps. Students are also expected to understand the fundamentals of partner work. We start every class with some challenging tribal fusion skill drills designed to increase your strength and endurance, as well as get your brain and body moving with greater complexity. From there we will explore a myriad of new moves and group dancing concepts together, which will expand our collective dance language. At this level there is greater focus on chorus work and partnering.

Please visit our website for full details and registration:
http://www.deeprootsdance.com/p/classes.html

Deep Roots Dance offers weekly classes in ATS-based tribal and fusion bellydance classes in North Seattle, as well as workshops locally and around the US. Our curriculum has been developed over a decade of teaching women of all walks of life and experience levels. Instructor of the Year nominated teacher Sharon ‘Shay’ Moore believes in an integrated approach to learning, developing both mind and body through strong foundations and a “take your time” approach to learning and growing in the dance. Shay is known for her thorough and clear instruction, giving students of all levels opportunities to not only grow in their physical skill, but also their intellectual understanding of the dance format & history. Instructors strive to give individual attention, and students are encouraged to ask any and all questions throughout the class.

Info and registration at http://www.deeprootsdance.com

Jul
6
Thu
Level 1 Tribal Bellydance with Deep Roots Dance @ Phinney Neighborhood Center, Room 7
Jul 6 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Deep Roots Dance Med Fest 2013This level will get you moving to the tribal groove, with an introduction to the fundamentals of tribal movement and partner work, isolations, & strength-building. We’ll get you dancing from the very first class! Geared toward the new student, but vital to continuing students for refinement, this class establishes a strong foundation for every dancer. Even if you have taken tribal and/or other bellydance classes before, this class will be instrumental in familiarizing students specifically with Deep Roots’ particular style.

Classes include a gentle warm-up, then we cover in detail one slow and one fast concept, and finally we work with transitions and partnering concepts. Students will need to purchase high quality student zils (finger cymbals), which can be found at Saroyan Mastercrafts–either Afghanis or Grecians are recommended.

Classes run in 6-week sessions throughout the year.
Please visit our website for full details and registration:

http://www.deeprootsdance.com/p/classes.html
Thursdays 7:00-8:00pm at Phinney Neighborhood Center

Deep Roots Dance offers weekly classes in ATS-based tribal and fusion bellydance classes in North Seattle, as well as workshops locally and around the US. Our curriculum has been developed over a decade of teaching women of all walks of life and experience levels. Instructor of the Year nominated teacher Sharon ‘Shay’ Moore believes in an integrated approach to learning, developing both mind and body through strong foundations and a “take your time” approach to learning and growing in the dance. Shay is known for her thorough and clear instruction, giving students of all levels opportunities to not only grow in their physical skill, but also their intellectual understanding of the dance format & history. Instructors strive to give individual attention, and students are encouraged to ask any and all questions throughout the class.

Info and registration at http://www.deeprootsdance.com

Level 2 Tribal Bellydance with Deep Roots Dance @ Phinney Neighborhood Center, Room 7
Jul 6 @ 8:00 pm – 9:00 pm

class_level2Level 2: Combos & Concepts
Build on your vocabulary and concepts you learned in Level 1, and challenge yourself at this next step in your dance explorations. In this 12-week cycle we put the emphasis is on refinement of skills and exploring various combinations and variations. This class is best used in combination with Level 1 – Foundations as there is no breakdown of the foundation steps. Students are also expected to understand the fundamentals of partner work. We start every class with some challenging tribal fusion skill drills designed to increase your strength and endurance, as well as get your brain and body moving with greater complexity. From there we will explore a myriad of new moves and group dancing concepts together, which will expand our collective dance language. At this level there is greater focus on chorus work and partnering.

Please visit our website for full details and registration:
http://www.deeprootsdance.com/p/classes.html

Deep Roots Dance offers weekly classes in ATS-based tribal and fusion bellydance classes in North Seattle, as well as workshops locally and around the US. Our curriculum has been developed over a decade of teaching women of all walks of life and experience levels. Instructor of the Year nominated teacher Sharon ‘Shay’ Moore believes in an integrated approach to learning, developing both mind and body through strong foundations and a “take your time” approach to learning and growing in the dance. Shay is known for her thorough and clear instruction, giving students of all levels opportunities to not only grow in their physical skill, but also their intellectual understanding of the dance format & history. Instructors strive to give individual attention, and students are encouraged to ask any and all questions throughout the class.

Info and registration at http://www.deeprootsdance.com

Jul
9
Sun
Kalia Indian Restaurant – Lynnwood @ Kalia Indian Restaurant
Jul 9 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

2nd Sundays
Dancing begins 7:00pm.
Come and enjoy some great food and entertainment!

Jul
13
Thu
Level 1 Tribal Bellydance with Deep Roots Dance @ Phinney Neighborhood Center, Room 7
Jul 13 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Deep Roots Dance Med Fest 2013This level will get you moving to the tribal groove, with an introduction to the fundamentals of tribal movement and partner work, isolations, & strength-building. We’ll get you dancing from the very first class! Geared toward the new student, but vital to continuing students for refinement, this class establishes a strong foundation for every dancer. Even if you have taken tribal and/or other bellydance classes before, this class will be instrumental in familiarizing students specifically with Deep Roots’ particular style.

Classes include a gentle warm-up, then we cover in detail one slow and one fast concept, and finally we work with transitions and partnering concepts. Students will need to purchase high quality student zils (finger cymbals), which can be found at Saroyan Mastercrafts–either Afghanis or Grecians are recommended.

Classes run in 6-week sessions throughout the year.
Please visit our website for full details and registration:

http://www.deeprootsdance.com/p/classes.html
Thursdays 7:00-8:00pm at Phinney Neighborhood Center

Deep Roots Dance offers weekly classes in ATS-based tribal and fusion bellydance classes in North Seattle, as well as workshops locally and around the US. Our curriculum has been developed over a decade of teaching women of all walks of life and experience levels. Instructor of the Year nominated teacher Sharon ‘Shay’ Moore believes in an integrated approach to learning, developing both mind and body through strong foundations and a “take your time” approach to learning and growing in the dance. Shay is known for her thorough and clear instruction, giving students of all levels opportunities to not only grow in their physical skill, but also their intellectual understanding of the dance format & history. Instructors strive to give individual attention, and students are encouraged to ask any and all questions throughout the class.

Info and registration at http://www.deeprootsdance.com

Level 2 Tribal Bellydance with Deep Roots Dance @ Phinney Neighborhood Center, Room 7
Jul 13 @ 8:00 pm – 9:00 pm

class_level2Level 2: Combos & Concepts
Build on your vocabulary and concepts you learned in Level 1, and challenge yourself at this next step in your dance explorations. In this 12-week cycle we put the emphasis is on refinement of skills and exploring various combinations and variations. This class is best used in combination with Level 1 – Foundations as there is no breakdown of the foundation steps. Students are also expected to understand the fundamentals of partner work. We start every class with some challenging tribal fusion skill drills designed to increase your strength and endurance, as well as get your brain and body moving with greater complexity. From there we will explore a myriad of new moves and group dancing concepts together, which will expand our collective dance language. At this level there is greater focus on chorus work and partnering.

Please visit our website for full details and registration:
http://www.deeprootsdance.com/p/classes.html

Deep Roots Dance offers weekly classes in ATS-based tribal and fusion bellydance classes in North Seattle, as well as workshops locally and around the US. Our curriculum has been developed over a decade of teaching women of all walks of life and experience levels. Instructor of the Year nominated teacher Sharon ‘Shay’ Moore believes in an integrated approach to learning, developing both mind and body through strong foundations and a “take your time” approach to learning and growing in the dance. Shay is known for her thorough and clear instruction, giving students of all levels opportunities to not only grow in their physical skill, but also their intellectual understanding of the dance format & history. Instructors strive to give individual attention, and students are encouraged to ask any and all questions throughout the class.

Info and registration at http://www.deeprootsdance.com

Jul
20
Thu
Level 1 Tribal Bellydance with Deep Roots Dance @ Phinney Neighborhood Center, Room 7
Jul 20 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Deep Roots Dance Med Fest 2013This level will get you moving to the tribal groove, with an introduction to the fundamentals of tribal movement and partner work, isolations, & strength-building. We’ll get you dancing from the very first class! Geared toward the new student, but vital to continuing students for refinement, this class establishes a strong foundation for every dancer. Even if you have taken tribal and/or other bellydance classes before, this class will be instrumental in familiarizing students specifically with Deep Roots’ particular style.

Classes include a gentle warm-up, then we cover in detail one slow and one fast concept, and finally we work with transitions and partnering concepts. Students will need to purchase high quality student zils (finger cymbals), which can be found at Saroyan Mastercrafts–either Afghanis or Grecians are recommended.

Classes run in 6-week sessions throughout the year.
Please visit our website for full details and registration:

http://www.deeprootsdance.com/p/classes.html
Thursdays 7:00-8:00pm at Phinney Neighborhood Center

Deep Roots Dance offers weekly classes in ATS-based tribal and fusion bellydance classes in North Seattle, as well as workshops locally and around the US. Our curriculum has been developed over a decade of teaching women of all walks of life and experience levels. Instructor of the Year nominated teacher Sharon ‘Shay’ Moore believes in an integrated approach to learning, developing both mind and body through strong foundations and a “take your time” approach to learning and growing in the dance. Shay is known for her thorough and clear instruction, giving students of all levels opportunities to not only grow in their physical skill, but also their intellectual understanding of the dance format & history. Instructors strive to give individual attention, and students are encouraged to ask any and all questions throughout the class.

Info and registration at http://www.deeprootsdance.com

Level 2 Tribal Bellydance with Deep Roots Dance @ Phinney Neighborhood Center, Room 7
Jul 20 @ 8:00 pm – 9:00 pm

class_level2Level 2: Combos & Concepts
Build on your vocabulary and concepts you learned in Level 1, and challenge yourself at this next step in your dance explorations. In this 12-week cycle we put the emphasis is on refinement of skills and exploring various combinations and variations. This class is best used in combination with Level 1 – Foundations as there is no breakdown of the foundation steps. Students are also expected to understand the fundamentals of partner work. We start every class with some challenging tribal fusion skill drills designed to increase your strength and endurance, as well as get your brain and body moving with greater complexity. From there we will explore a myriad of new moves and group dancing concepts together, which will expand our collective dance language. At this level there is greater focus on chorus work and partnering.

Please visit our website for full details and registration:
http://www.deeprootsdance.com/p/classes.html

Deep Roots Dance offers weekly classes in ATS-based tribal and fusion bellydance classes in North Seattle, as well as workshops locally and around the US. Our curriculum has been developed over a decade of teaching women of all walks of life and experience levels. Instructor of the Year nominated teacher Sharon ‘Shay’ Moore believes in an integrated approach to learning, developing both mind and body through strong foundations and a “take your time” approach to learning and growing in the dance. Shay is known for her thorough and clear instruction, giving students of all levels opportunities to not only grow in their physical skill, but also their intellectual understanding of the dance format & history. Instructors strive to give individual attention, and students are encouraged to ask any and all questions throughout the class.

Info and registration at http://www.deeprootsdance.com

Jul
27
Thu
Level 1 Tribal Bellydance with Deep Roots Dance @ Phinney Neighborhood Center, Room 7
Jul 27 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Deep Roots Dance Med Fest 2013This level will get you moving to the tribal groove, with an introduction to the fundamentals of tribal movement and partner work, isolations, & strength-building. We’ll get you dancing from the very first class! Geared toward the new student, but vital to continuing students for refinement, this class establishes a strong foundation for every dancer. Even if you have taken tribal and/or other bellydance classes before, this class will be instrumental in familiarizing students specifically with Deep Roots’ particular style.

Classes include a gentle warm-up, then we cover in detail one slow and one fast concept, and finally we work with transitions and partnering concepts. Students will need to purchase high quality student zils (finger cymbals), which can be found at Saroyan Mastercrafts–either Afghanis or Grecians are recommended.

Classes run in 6-week sessions throughout the year.
Please visit our website for full details and registration:

http://www.deeprootsdance.com/p/classes.html
Thursdays 7:00-8:00pm at Phinney Neighborhood Center

Deep Roots Dance offers weekly classes in ATS-based tribal and fusion bellydance classes in North Seattle, as well as workshops locally and around the US. Our curriculum has been developed over a decade of teaching women of all walks of life and experience levels. Instructor of the Year nominated teacher Sharon ‘Shay’ Moore believes in an integrated approach to learning, developing both mind and body through strong foundations and a “take your time” approach to learning and growing in the dance. Shay is known for her thorough and clear instruction, giving students of all levels opportunities to not only grow in their physical skill, but also their intellectual understanding of the dance format & history. Instructors strive to give individual attention, and students are encouraged to ask any and all questions throughout the class.

Info and registration at http://www.deeprootsdance.com