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    Lmao, nice =P

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    Thanks for letting us know about this book.

    I have taught Belly dance for three years straight and then took a break which I'm still on, I did'nt start teaching till I was dancing for about 6 or 7 years into it, but that was me, I felt that I was ready to teach other women about this art form, that included my History of belly dance, the different styles, costuming, dancing on stage, flexibilty (I used Yoga in warm ups), Music.
    I even had classes on what you feel about belly dance/ I would give them a random song to dance to, for improve and so on telling them to feel the music letting your body come alive, so I do think you should have a good experiance in belly dancing as a whole to teach.

    we want to pass this art on the right way, but with that said not every teacher will have gone through all this so sometimes having more then one teacher is good, and as others here have said just because you dance great will not always mean you teach well and vice versa.

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