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How to do Turkish Belly Dance? How is its costume?

-Turkish Culture November 30, 2016
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Show all your skills with the most swishing, feminine and sexy oriental dance of the Middle East and the Balkans. Oriental dance is a symbol of your womanhood and your femininity. Even Hürrem Sultan conquered the heart of koskoca hünkar with this dance and became strong enough to judge 7th.

Symbol of the woman is Turkish Belly Dance

Belly known as duality in Greece and neighboring countries, it is the oldest known dance of the world. It was fed from the fertility and fertility culture of the ancient period. It symbolizes femininity and femininity. Generally lean feet are made because it is based on the idea that direct contact with the land is not cut off.

It is called “belly dance” in the West. Women are called belly dancers or dancers or zenne.

This culture, which was introduced to Europe in the Ottoman domination in the 16th century,
He learns one more. Today, Egyptian, Turkish and Lebanese style is done in three different ways and is mostly preferred by women.

Oriental contains figures designed according to the characteristics of the female body. The hip movements are integrated with the abdominal muscles and chest movements. The steps are very delicate, polite and suitable for rubbing through the surface. Oriental dance is enriched with accessories such as stick, cane, snakes, sword, torch, candle, veil and tulle which have different meanings. Oriental curriculum curriculums are also defined as curriculums because they are based on learning these figures.

How to? – What is learned in lessons?

Oriental courses teach you the finest details of this dance with 2-3 months courses. Course contents are based on the movements of the umbilicus and hip.

Because the women of aggression are swift, they succeed in lessons in a very short time. You can also unleash your skills with the Warehouse Dance Course.

The oriental, which men are trying to make, is actually very useful. It also makes it easier to lose weight while shaping the body with hip and waist movements.

It also allows you to calibrate each derste calf with belly figures, steps and turns. Apart from dance courses, you can also do at home belly plus in every sense of your life.

What about Turkish Belly Dance costumes and Jewelry?

A special dance for women. Because it symbolizes visibility and liberation, clothes and accessories are used to best express these situations. Colorful, moving and attractive skirts with narrow blouses and t-shirts in fashion. In terms of accessories, which is also rich Oriental bag before coming to my bag:

bell
belt
earring
bangle
bracelet
lace gloves
veil
Tulle and so on. Accessories.

What are your ideas about this dance? You can share it with us in comments.

 

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