THE BUCKLETON BELLY DANCE SCHOOL

Not Just a Dance School, It's a Dance Community


About Arabic/Egyptian Belly Dance


Belly Dance is an umbrella term describing some of the diverse dance forms of the Middle East, Egypt, North Africa, Turkey & Greece. It is one of the oldest dance forms in the world.


 It’s “Hip-notic” isolation of body movements together with  subtle strength of technique has led to many students of Belly dance feeling the physical benefits of Improved: 


  • posture.
  • core strength,
  • stamina
  •  and of stress reduction.

 It is also great FUN!

Suitable for all ages (14+) & fitness levels, it is a low impact, empowering and fun dance art and a great way of exercising, all this with the added bonus of meeting fellow fun students and teachers, plus wearing beautiful costumes and dancing to the wonderfully alluring music from the Middle East.

About The Buckleton Belly Dance School


Established in 2009, the Buckleton Belly Dance School consists of a group of Belly Dance & fitness Classes of various levels, plus classes specialising in  Performance Group work.


The school is based in and around the Cambridge area. Taught by Sue Baker , students learn basic Egyptian Style Techniques plus a variety of Middle Eastern Folkloric styles.


The classes are based in the following locations;





  • Online Via Zoom


 

SIGNATURE DANCE

The Buckleton Belly Dance School Has a signature Dance.

Press Here to see a compliation of a few of the dancers/students performing it during the 2020 Lockdown for the Virtual Arbury Carnival.
    

The Buckleton Belly Dance School

Mission Statement


  •  To raise the profile of Egyptian and Middle Eastern dance as a serious dance form within the western world, whilst dispelling some associated myths surrounding belly dance.

  • To raise the standard of belly dance within the UK by encouraging students to use safe and accurate technique.

  • To highlight the health benefits associated with this fun and low impact dance form, which can also result in being part of a fantastic social network and in feeling more self-empowered.

  • To remember the social aspect of the dance, that each class is an occasion in which to celebrate and meet with current friends whilst dancing with new friends

 

          IT’S NOT JUST A DANCE CLASS, IT’S A COMMUNITY


And never forget that

WE ARE FABULOUS!