Honestly, I am not sure what I expected from that first class, but I know what I found. Bellydance has helped me grow stronger both physically and mentally, led me to develop a more positive outlook and a better body image. The dance community is made up of amazing and supportive women and men, dancers, musicians, designers, artists, and friends.
As a principle member of Sulukule, I found my voice and passion as a fusion bellydancer. I had the opportunity to perform across the Southeast in a wide variety of venues, from Renaissance Faires to Birthday parties, from small haflas to the main stage at Triboriginal.
In 2010 I began a new journey in dance and life after moving to Greenville, SC.
Along with Brandy, I produce a monthly show at Moe Joe Coffee in downtown Greenville with the intention of providing a venue for professional dance and music collaboration. I am a regular guest workshop
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