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    Hey It's great to learn from everyone that I've had a chance to talk to and learn from some of the web sites with books and video's. I just wish I had a teacher to make sure that I am doing the moves correctly even when it feel like it's wrong Yeah it's right for that particular part of the muscles to work properly even after I have looked at the video closer to see the way the persons have moved from that position, transitioned to the next move. any suggestion is welcomed

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    any ideas that help with continuation of learning helps thanks

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    Hello and welcome, you can use videos to complement your learning but, nothing is going to replace a teacher in the flesh, with the videos you will conceive the dance from your own point of view, it is important for you to do a lot of research in the origenes of the dance, you can read books on the subjec, and if possible start looking for a good teacher, and make sure what is thaugh is the " real thing" I would like to know what videos you have, look for the beginners first, and then look for intermediate, in four years you should be ready for advance, good look, Marie

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    Hi and welcome! If at all possible I'd recommend trying to find a teacher. Having someone who can teach and correct you makes it much easier to learn. There are some great video's out there, I started with the Neena & Veena Fitness for Beginners, Basic Moves and Fat Burning but I wasn't really trying to learn bellydance at that point - I was wanting exercise, (when I decided I specifically wanted to learn how to dance I found a teacher) so I'm not sure what video's would be good as your only way of learning. I'm sure others will have a better idea though.

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    hi and welcome to the forum

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    Hello and welcome to thw forum, happy posting.

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    Welcome Johnny

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    Hello!

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    happy dancing!


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    Welcome !!!!
    Learning from videos can be very helpfull, but its not for starting with it, on my opinion helps only if someone have already taken lessons with a teacher.
    Try to find a teacher even for giving you the teqnical tips for the basics. Then you can work much more effectivly with the videos.

    Maria Aya Greece

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