Fusion Bellydance

Tuesdays, 5:15-6:15 pm starts Nov 20th


Heron Alicia Dance and Fitness 
heronaliciadance@gmail.com
(360) 318-6468


Class Description: 

In this class series you will learn four unique fusion belly dance combinations in addition to challenging your own strength and coordination. We will dig deep into the movements that make up each combination, and review the previously learned combinations at the beginning of each class. The last class of the series we will get crazy and have time to play with them! Best of all...they will be yours to do what you like: adapt them, add to them, perform them! 1+ year prior belly dance experience helpful, contact me with questions! ♥ I cannot wait to dance with you! 


Early bird discount: $45 through PayPal (heronaliciadance@gmail.com) before November 19! 
$55 regular session price 
$15 drop-in (recommended to come to all classes for all the joy and all the combos!!)


This class environment welcomes all intersecting identities including all races, ethnicities, cultures, religions, spoken languages, countries of origin, gender identities, sexual orientations, ages, disabilities and abilities. 


Please wear yoga pants or comfortable clothing, and bring a water bottle and yoga mat! Extra yoga mats available at studio.


Teacher Bio
Heron Alicia is a fusion dancer whose dance background is in traditional belly dance styles and Improvisation Tribal Style (ITS; created by Amy Sigil). She has been studying belly dance and other dance styles for approximately 8 years and has 6 years of strength training experience. After studying with Maggie Rose for several years, Heron moved to Seattle to study Spanish at the University of Washington and began taking dance classes with Dahlia Moon. Currently, she dances in Dahlia’s ITS troupe, On Deck, and is pursuing certification with Amy Sigil to teach Levels 1 and 2 in Bellingham. 


As an undergraduate, one of her goals was to enhance her knowledge of systemic oppression against marginalized groups and she is honored to have been able to participate in the Guardian Project, a short film directed by Claudia Shimmies that utilizes dance to portray the harmful societal impact of discrimination and power dynamics in our world today, as well as how we can combat the current system. She believes that dance can truly benefit our minds, bodies and our society as a whole.


She hopes to see you in her class! Enrich yourself and the world with dance. Get in touch with her at heronaliciadance@gmail.com or (360) 318-6468, and check out her Facebook page @heronaliciadance.