Everyday Bellydance For Health & Wellbeing
Robin De Danann
Classes & Workshops at various locations in Hamilton, ONTARIO, CANADA
Bellydance offers you an artistic approach to exercise. We teach bellydance as a healthy movement practice for everyday. Enjoy a gentle workout while learning the basics of the dance. Benefits of this ancient feminine art form include strength, stamina, stretch, self-confidence, sensuality and spirituality.
Robin’s vision of bellydance is that of women everywhere, all ages and sizes, feeling stronger, healthier, happier and more beautiful in their bodies, more connected to nature, to the Divine, and to each other by bringing bellydance into their everyday lives.
WEEKLY CLASSES and, more importantly, DAILY BELLYDANCE MOMENTS are where Robin and her fellow dancers develop the strength, self-confidence, sensuality, spirituality, and sisterhood that are the gifts of their bellydance lifestyle.
Robin’s unique lifestyle approach to bellydance & focus on accessibility to the everyday woman make her WORKSHOPS especially popular in the Women’s Health & Wellness sector. Her simplified format of the dance enables women to learn quickly and easily, and to feel inspired to use their bellydance moves daily to stay active.
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Since 2002, Robin De Danann has been joyfully sharing bellydance through countless classes and hundreds of workshops in the Greater Hamilton region and beyond.
Robin’s unique lifestyle approach to bellydance & focus on accessibility to the everyday woman have gained her a broad clientele listing including The City of Hamilton, Oakville General Hospital, Halton / Brant / Hamilton-Wentworth District School Boards, McMaster, and Mohawk.
She owned and operated her Dundas studio, Everyday Bellydance, from 2002 – 2013, performed professionally for 10 years specializing in family celebrations, and she continues to dance daily for her own pleasure and delight.
A student of bellydance since 1990, Robin continues to study widely all forms & nuances of the art form. She graduated from Toronto’s Arabesque Academy Professional Program in 1992. Favourite teachers and influences include Tahira Badre, Raven Crow, Roula Said, Ilana Salazar, Hadia, Aziza, Jenaeni, Ansuya, Jamila Salimpour, Keti Sharif, and Mona Said.
Media appearances include a 6-page article in Homemakers Magazine, full-page/full-color spread in the Hamilton Spectator, several spots on CHTV, and even a national TV reality show appearance.