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825 Virginia Dr
Orlando, FL 32803

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Christine Andrews at Florida Tribal Dance for a Day of Dance
Saturday, January 11th, 2020

$80 for Both workshops (Save $10)
or $45 for each 2 hour workshop

12pm-2pm Christine's Bellydance Roots
2:45pm-4:45pm Rajasthani Hands
Workshop Descriptions:
Christine’s Bellydance Roots
This class will focus on the old Turkish Bellydance that I learned from one of my first belly dance teachers, Rayah Blackstar. Lots of circles and figure 8’s throughout the body. Put aside the tiny, intricate Egyptian hip work, this style calls for big, juicy hip movements.
*Bring a hip scarf*. Good for dancers of all levels.

Rajasthani Hands
One of the signature aspects of Rajasthani dance is the beautiful, intricate hand and arm movement of this form. We will learn hand and arm moves and then how to layer them with hip and footwork.

Tribal Garden Gala and Weekend of Workshops
featuring Wendy Allen & Sandi Ball
American Tribal Style® Belly Dance * FatChanceBellyDance® Instructors, Emeritus

May 1-3rd, 2020
Tribal Garden Gala
Friday, May 1st 2020
Marshall Ellis Theatre
1300 La Quinta Dr #3, Orlando, FL 32809

Tribal Garden Workshops
Saturday & Sunday, May 2nd & 3rd
Florida Tribal Dance Studio
825 Virginia Drive
Orlando,Fl 32803

All workshops will be taught by BOTH Wendy Allen & Sandi Ball

Saturday, May 2nd

The Devil Is in the Details: Forgotten Treasures

Shaken or Stirred?

Sunday, May 3rd
The Intent of the Eye

Full 6 hours of workshops with 2 Iconic American Tribal Style Instructors- $220 ($50 Savings!)
Single 2 hour Workshop-$90
Saturday, May 2nd
The Devil Is in the Details: Forgotten Treasures

Everything evolves, and over time, some moves and variations become obsolete. We'll take a
look at some "old school" moves and variations that did not continue their journey into the
modern day ATS®, as well as examining reasons why they fell by the wayside and what
makes a movement successful in improv. This workshop is open to all levels, but is helpful to
know the ATS® Level 1 material.

Shaken or Stirred?

Have you discovered the identities of our ATS® movements? What makes them different from one another? We will work on how to make movements stand out, physically and energetically in our fast vocabulary. This is an intermediate workshop for those who already have an understanding of the families of fast ATS® movements.
Sunday, May 3rd
The Intent of the Eye
To get really good at improvisation, you need to be able to read a person’s body language within an instant and react accordingly. Eye contact can also communicate a plethora of information. In this workshop, we will work on some really old FCBD® warm-ups, drills and concepts in ATS® that will hone our non-verbal communication even more so than we do now. Then, get ready to use our skills for the exciting 1-2-3 Pick-Up concept for creating variety within a song, or even a set! The beginner can benefit from this class, but is best utilized by the intermediate to advanced dancer who is approaching performance level.

November 13th-15th
A Weekend with Sharon Kihara