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Nov
22
Fri
to Dec 14 | PHOTOGRAPHY FESTIVAL | PARALLEL Review Lisboa 2019 | Alvalade | FREE
Nov 22 @ 19:30 – 20:30
to Dec 14 | PHOTOGRAPHY FESTIVAL | PARALLEL Review Lisboa 2019 | Alvalade | FREE @ PARALLEL Review | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

PARALLEL – a self-described “European Photo Based Platform” — presents its second cycle of the PARALLEL Review.
Six random days of events.
Seven ongoing photography exhibitions.
With seven new curators.
And sixteen new artists.
Guided tours, talks, workshops, meet-and-greets, and more.

With FREE ENTRY to all the parallel activities.

Here are some deets:

-Open Classes:
15 NOV – 19.30
Open Class: Work Presentation (EN session)
Roisin White & Lexie Davis
Atelier de Lisboa: Rua João Saraiva 28A – 2º.

29 NOV – 19.30
Open Class: Work Presentation (PT session)
Fábio Cunha & Bruno Humberto
PARALLEL Review: Rua do Centro Cultural 11

-Talks (speakers to be announced):
22 NOV – 15.00-
Photography: from School to the Art System.

22 NOV – 17.00-
Ways of Exhibiting: Photography and Curatorial Practices.

23 NOV – 15.00-
Forms, Practices, and Uses of the Image in the 21st Century.

23 NOV – 17.00-
Dissemination Methods: Exhibiting Circuits and Photography.

More deets, including artists on display, here.

FREE ENTRY.

Nov
23
Sat
to Dec 14 | PHOTOGRAPHY FESTIVAL | PARALLEL Review Lisboa 2019 | Alvalade | FREE
Nov 23 @ 19:30 – 20:30
to Dec 14 | PHOTOGRAPHY FESTIVAL | PARALLEL Review Lisboa 2019 | Alvalade | FREE @ PARALLEL Review | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

PARALLEL – a self-described “European Photo Based Platform” — presents its second cycle of the PARALLEL Review.
Six random days of events.
Seven ongoing photography exhibitions.
With seven new curators.
And sixteen new artists.
Guided tours, talks, workshops, meet-and-greets, and more.

With FREE ENTRY to all the parallel activities.

Here are some deets:

-Open Classes:
15 NOV – 19.30
Open Class: Work Presentation (EN session)
Roisin White & Lexie Davis
Atelier de Lisboa: Rua João Saraiva 28A – 2º.

29 NOV – 19.30
Open Class: Work Presentation (PT session)
Fábio Cunha & Bruno Humberto
PARALLEL Review: Rua do Centro Cultural 11

-Talks (speakers to be announced):
22 NOV – 15.00-
Photography: from School to the Art System.

22 NOV – 17.00-
Ways of Exhibiting: Photography and Curatorial Practices.

23 NOV – 15.00-
Forms, Practices, and Uses of the Image in the 21st Century.

23 NOV – 17.00-
Dissemination Methods: Exhibiting Circuits and Photography.

More deets, including artists on display, here.

FREE ENTRY.

Nov
25
Mon
WEEKLY | DANCE WORKSHOP | Aulas Dança Oriental | Anjos | 8-25€
Nov 25 @ 18:00 – 19:00
WEEKLY | DANCE WORKSHOP | Aulas Dança Oriental | Anjos | 8-25€ @ Anjos70 | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Belly dancing, aka Raks Sharki, aka oriental dance (sorry, self-proclaimed Americans) is both hot and not easy.

And Ana Moreira, self-proclaimed oriental dancer, knows this.

Ana wants to teach you to belly dance.

Here’s how Ana describes her weekly Monday night dance class on belly dancing:
“It is currently practiced by women from all over the world, and of all ages, a dance in which various parts of the body are worked in isolation and that promotes physical well-being, harmony, and self-esteem. It is a dance characterized mainly by the hip and belly movements, alternately wavy and accentuated, to which may be added some props, such as veils, canes, sword, among others.
The songs used have a characteristic sound that transports us to the Arab world.
It is a happy and relaxed dance.
Of women and for women.”

But boys are welcome too — if they got the belly, that is.

Bring your belly and transport to the Arab world with Ana.

Ana adds:
“Material needed-
Comfortable clothing, a scarf to tie at the waist, and a good mood. Classes are done without shoes, but socks or sneakers are recommended for protection only.”

8€ per session.
25€ for a month.

Nov
27
Wed
Weekly | WORKSHOP | DIY-day at Disgraça | Graça | FREE
Nov 27 @ 18:00 – 22:00
Weekly | WORKSHOP | DIY-day at Disgraça | Graça | FREE @ Disgraça | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

DIY has become a vague term in recent years. After all, we’re all in it together, right? Moreover, big business is all about buzzwords…
Nevertheless, with minimum wage persistently low and rent increasingly high, the times are riper than ever for some good old-fashioned do-it-yourself fun.
Disgraça, one of Lisbon’s best little-known venues for, among other things, light vegan dinners and heavy punk rock shows, is a pretty good definition of DIY (read their story here). That’s why every Wednesday they are hosting “DIY-day.” We’ll let them do the rest:
“We bring two really good things together – creating stuff AND hanging out with nice people.
Drop in any Wednesday from 18h!
Bring your own material!
NO DINNER but the bar is open and we will also provide some snacks.
To begin with, we will just learn from each other and so on, but in the future, there may be some workshops… bring your ideas!”

FREE ENTRY.

Nov
29
Fri
to Dec 14 | PHOTOGRAPHY FESTIVAL | PARALLEL Review Lisboa 2019 | Alvalade | FREE
Nov 29 @ 19:30 – 20:30
to Dec 14 | PHOTOGRAPHY FESTIVAL | PARALLEL Review Lisboa 2019 | Alvalade | FREE @ PARALLEL Review | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

PARALLEL – a self-described “European Photo Based Platform” — presents its second cycle of the PARALLEL Review.
Six random days of events.
Seven ongoing photography exhibitions.
With seven new curators.
And sixteen new artists.
Guided tours, talks, workshops, meet-and-greets, and more.

With FREE ENTRY to all the parallel activities.

Here are some deets:

-Open Classes:
15 NOV – 19.30
Open Class: Work Presentation (EN session)
Roisin White & Lexie Davis
Atelier de Lisboa: Rua João Saraiva 28A – 2º.

29 NOV – 19.30
Open Class: Work Presentation (PT session)
Fábio Cunha & Bruno Humberto
PARALLEL Review: Rua do Centro Cultural 11

-Talks (speakers to be announced):
22 NOV – 15.00-
Photography: from School to the Art System.

22 NOV – 17.00-
Ways of Exhibiting: Photography and Curatorial Practices.

23 NOV – 15.00-
Forms, Practices, and Uses of the Image in the 21st Century.

23 NOV – 17.00-
Dissemination Methods: Exhibiting Circuits and Photography.

More deets, including artists on display, here.

FREE ENTRY.

Dec
2
Mon
WEEKLY | DANCE WORKSHOP | Aulas Dança Oriental | Anjos | 8-25€
Dec 2 @ 18:00 – 19:00
WEEKLY | DANCE WORKSHOP | Aulas Dança Oriental | Anjos | 8-25€ @ Anjos70 | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Belly dancing, aka Raks Sharki, aka oriental dance (sorry, self-proclaimed Americans) is both hot and not easy.

And Ana Moreira, self-proclaimed oriental dancer, knows this.

Ana wants to teach you to belly dance.

Here’s how Ana describes her weekly Monday night dance class on belly dancing:
“It is currently practiced by women from all over the world, and of all ages, a dance in which various parts of the body are worked in isolation and that promotes physical well-being, harmony, and self-esteem. It is a dance characterized mainly by the hip and belly movements, alternately wavy and accentuated, to which may be added some props, such as veils, canes, sword, among others.
The songs used have a characteristic sound that transports us to the Arab world.
It is a happy and relaxed dance.
Of women and for women.”

But boys are welcome too — if they got the belly, that is.

Bring your belly and transport to the Arab world with Ana.

Ana adds:
“Material needed-
Comfortable clothing, a scarf to tie at the waist, and a good mood. Classes are done without shoes, but socks or sneakers are recommended for protection only.”

8€ per session.
25€ for a month.

Dec
4
Wed
Weekly | WORKSHOP | DIY-day at Disgraça | Graça | FREE
Dec 4 @ 18:00 – 22:00
Weekly | WORKSHOP | DIY-day at Disgraça | Graça | FREE @ Disgraça | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

DIY has become a vague term in recent years. After all, we’re all in it together, right? Moreover, big business is all about buzzwords…
Nevertheless, with minimum wage persistently low and rent increasingly high, the times are riper than ever for some good old-fashioned do-it-yourself fun.
Disgraça, one of Lisbon’s best little-known venues for, among other things, light vegan dinners and heavy punk rock shows, is a pretty good definition of DIY (read their story here). That’s why every Wednesday they are hosting “DIY-day.” We’ll let them do the rest:
“We bring two really good things together – creating stuff AND hanging out with nice people.
Drop in any Wednesday from 18h!
Bring your own material!
NO DINNER but the bar is open and we will also provide some snacks.
To begin with, we will just learn from each other and so on, but in the future, there may be some workshops… bring your ideas!”

FREE ENTRY.

Dec
9
Mon
WEEKLY | DANCE WORKSHOP | Aulas Dança Oriental | Anjos | 8-25€
Dec 9 @ 18:00 – 19:00
WEEKLY | DANCE WORKSHOP | Aulas Dança Oriental | Anjos | 8-25€ @ Anjos70 | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Belly dancing, aka Raks Sharki, aka oriental dance (sorry, self-proclaimed Americans) is both hot and not easy.

And Ana Moreira, self-proclaimed oriental dancer, knows this.

Ana wants to teach you to belly dance.

Here’s how Ana describes her weekly Monday night dance class on belly dancing:
“It is currently practiced by women from all over the world, and of all ages, a dance in which various parts of the body are worked in isolation and that promotes physical well-being, harmony, and self-esteem. It is a dance characterized mainly by the hip and belly movements, alternately wavy and accentuated, to which may be added some props, such as veils, canes, sword, among others.
The songs used have a characteristic sound that transports us to the Arab world.
It is a happy and relaxed dance.
Of women and for women.”

But boys are welcome too — if they got the belly, that is.

Bring your belly and transport to the Arab world with Ana.

Ana adds:
“Material needed-
Comfortable clothing, a scarf to tie at the waist, and a good mood. Classes are done without shoes, but socks or sneakers are recommended for protection only.”

8€ per session.
25€ for a month.

Dec
11
Wed
Weekly | WORKSHOP | DIY-day at Disgraça | Graça | FREE
Dec 11 @ 18:00 – 22:00
Weekly | WORKSHOP | DIY-day at Disgraça | Graça | FREE @ Disgraça | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

DIY has become a vague term in recent years. After all, we’re all in it together, right? Moreover, big business is all about buzzwords…
Nevertheless, with minimum wage persistently low and rent increasingly high, the times are riper than ever for some good old-fashioned do-it-yourself fun.
Disgraça, one of Lisbon’s best little-known venues for, among other things, light vegan dinners and heavy punk rock shows, is a pretty good definition of DIY (read their story here). That’s why every Wednesday they are hosting “DIY-day.” We’ll let them do the rest:
“We bring two really good things together – creating stuff AND hanging out with nice people.
Drop in any Wednesday from 18h!
Bring your own material!
NO DINNER but the bar is open and we will also provide some snacks.
To begin with, we will just learn from each other and so on, but in the future, there may be some workshops… bring your ideas!”

FREE ENTRY.

Dec
14
Sat
to Dec 14 | PHOTOGRAPHY FESTIVAL | PARALLEL Review Lisboa 2019 | Alvalade | FREE
Dec 14 @ 19:30 – 20:30
to Dec 14 | PHOTOGRAPHY FESTIVAL | PARALLEL Review Lisboa 2019 | Alvalade | FREE @ PARALLEL Review | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

PARALLEL – a self-described “European Photo Based Platform” — presents its second cycle of the PARALLEL Review.
Six random days of events.
Seven ongoing photography exhibitions.
With seven new curators.
And sixteen new artists.
Guided tours, talks, workshops, meet-and-greets, and more.

With FREE ENTRY to all the parallel activities.

Here are some deets:

-Open Classes:
15 NOV – 19.30
Open Class: Work Presentation (EN session)
Roisin White & Lexie Davis
Atelier de Lisboa: Rua João Saraiva 28A – 2º.

29 NOV – 19.30
Open Class: Work Presentation (PT session)
Fábio Cunha & Bruno Humberto
PARALLEL Review: Rua do Centro Cultural 11

-Talks (speakers to be announced):
22 NOV – 15.00-
Photography: from School to the Art System.

22 NOV – 17.00-
Ways of Exhibiting: Photography and Curatorial Practices.

23 NOV – 15.00-
Forms, Practices, and Uses of the Image in the 21st Century.

23 NOV – 17.00-
Dissemination Methods: Exhibiting Circuits and Photography.

More deets, including artists on display, here.

FREE ENTRY.

Dec
16
Mon
WEEKLY | DANCE WORKSHOP | Aulas Dança Oriental | Anjos | 8-25€
Dec 16 @ 18:00 – 19:00
WEEKLY | DANCE WORKSHOP | Aulas Dança Oriental | Anjos | 8-25€ @ Anjos70 | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Belly dancing, aka Raks Sharki, aka oriental dance (sorry, self-proclaimed Americans) is both hot and not easy.

And Ana Moreira, self-proclaimed oriental dancer, knows this.

Ana wants to teach you to belly dance.

Here’s how Ana describes her weekly Monday night dance class on belly dancing:
“It is currently practiced by women from all over the world, and of all ages, a dance in which various parts of the body are worked in isolation and that promotes physical well-being, harmony, and self-esteem. It is a dance characterized mainly by the hip and belly movements, alternately wavy and accentuated, to which may be added some props, such as veils, canes, sword, among others.
The songs used have a characteristic sound that transports us to the Arab world.
It is a happy and relaxed dance.
Of women and for women.”

But boys are welcome too — if they got the belly, that is.

Bring your belly and transport to the Arab world with Ana.

Ana adds:
“Material needed-
Comfortable clothing, a scarf to tie at the waist, and a good mood. Classes are done without shoes, but socks or sneakers are recommended for protection only.”

8€ per session.
25€ for a month.

Dec
18
Wed
Weekly | WORKSHOP | DIY-day at Disgraça | Graça | FREE
Dec 18 @ 18:00 – 22:00
Weekly | WORKSHOP | DIY-day at Disgraça | Graça | FREE @ Disgraça | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

DIY has become a vague term in recent years. After all, we’re all in it together, right? Moreover, big business is all about buzzwords…
Nevertheless, with minimum wage persistently low and rent increasingly high, the times are riper than ever for some good old-fashioned do-it-yourself fun.
Disgraça, one of Lisbon’s best little-known venues for, among other things, light vegan dinners and heavy punk rock shows, is a pretty good definition of DIY (read their story here). That’s why every Wednesday they are hosting “DIY-day.” We’ll let them do the rest:
“We bring two really good things together – creating stuff AND hanging out with nice people.
Drop in any Wednesday from 18h!
Bring your own material!
NO DINNER but the bar is open and we will also provide some snacks.
To begin with, we will just learn from each other and so on, but in the future, there may be some workshops… bring your ideas!”

FREE ENTRY.

Dec
23
Mon
WEEKLY | DANCE WORKSHOP | Aulas Dança Oriental | Anjos | 8-25€
Dec 23 @ 18:00 – 19:00
WEEKLY | DANCE WORKSHOP | Aulas Dança Oriental | Anjos | 8-25€ @ Anjos70 | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Belly dancing, aka Raks Sharki, aka oriental dance (sorry, self-proclaimed Americans) is both hot and not easy.

And Ana Moreira, self-proclaimed oriental dancer, knows this.

Ana wants to teach you to belly dance.

Here’s how Ana describes her weekly Monday night dance class on belly dancing:
“It is currently practiced by women from all over the world, and of all ages, a dance in which various parts of the body are worked in isolation and that promotes physical well-being, harmony, and self-esteem. It is a dance characterized mainly by the hip and belly movements, alternately wavy and accentuated, to which may be added some props, such as veils, canes, sword, among others.
The songs used have a characteristic sound that transports us to the Arab world.
It is a happy and relaxed dance.
Of women and for women.”

But boys are welcome too — if they got the belly, that is.

Bring your belly and transport to the Arab world with Ana.

Ana adds:
“Material needed-
Comfortable clothing, a scarf to tie at the waist, and a good mood. Classes are done without shoes, but socks or sneakers are recommended for protection only.”

8€ per session.
25€ for a month.

Dec
25
Wed
Weekly | WORKSHOP | DIY-day at Disgraça | Graça | FREE
Dec 25 @ 18:00 – 22:00
Weekly | WORKSHOP | DIY-day at Disgraça | Graça | FREE @ Disgraça | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

DIY has become a vague term in recent years. After all, we’re all in it together, right? Moreover, big business is all about buzzwords…
Nevertheless, with minimum wage persistently low and rent increasingly high, the times are riper than ever for some good old-fashioned do-it-yourself fun.
Disgraça, one of Lisbon’s best little-known venues for, among other things, light vegan dinners and heavy punk rock shows, is a pretty good definition of DIY (read their story here). That’s why every Wednesday they are hosting “DIY-day.” We’ll let them do the rest:
“We bring two really good things together – creating stuff AND hanging out with nice people.
Drop in any Wednesday from 18h!
Bring your own material!
NO DINNER but the bar is open and we will also provide some snacks.
To begin with, we will just learn from each other and so on, but in the future, there may be some workshops… bring your ideas!”

FREE ENTRY.

Dec
30
Mon
WEEKLY | DANCE WORKSHOP | Aulas Dança Oriental | Anjos | 8-25€
Dec 30 @ 18:00 – 19:00
WEEKLY | DANCE WORKSHOP | Aulas Dança Oriental | Anjos | 8-25€ @ Anjos70 | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Belly dancing, aka Raks Sharki, aka oriental dance (sorry, self-proclaimed Americans) is both hot and not easy.

And Ana Moreira, self-proclaimed oriental dancer, knows this.

Ana wants to teach you to belly dance.

Here’s how Ana describes her weekly Monday night dance class on belly dancing:
“It is currently practiced by women from all over the world, and of all ages, a dance in which various parts of the body are worked in isolation and that promotes physical well-being, harmony, and self-esteem. It is a dance characterized mainly by the hip and belly movements, alternately wavy and accentuated, to which may be added some props, such as veils, canes, sword, among others.
The songs used have a characteristic sound that transports us to the Arab world.
It is a happy and relaxed dance.
Of women and for women.”

But boys are welcome too — if they got the belly, that is.

Bring your belly and transport to the Arab world with Ana.

Ana adds:
“Material needed-
Comfortable clothing, a scarf to tie at the waist, and a good mood. Classes are done without shoes, but socks or sneakers are recommended for protection only.”

8€ per session.
25€ for a month.

Jan
6
Mon
WEEKLY | DANCE WORKSHOP | Aulas Dança Oriental | Anjos | 8-25€
Jan 6 @ 18:00 – 19:00
WEEKLY | DANCE WORKSHOP | Aulas Dança Oriental | Anjos | 8-25€ @ Anjos70 | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Belly dancing, aka Raks Sharki, aka oriental dance (sorry, self-proclaimed Americans) is both hot and not easy.

And Ana Moreira, self-proclaimed oriental dancer, knows this.

Ana wants to teach you to belly dance.

Here’s how Ana describes her weekly Monday night dance class on belly dancing:
“It is currently practiced by women from all over the world, and of all ages, a dance in which various parts of the body are worked in isolation and that promotes physical well-being, harmony, and self-esteem. It is a dance characterized mainly by the hip and belly movements, alternately wavy and accentuated, to which may be added some props, such as veils, canes, sword, among others.
The songs used have a characteristic sound that transports us to the Arab world.
It is a happy and relaxed dance.
Of women and for women.”

But boys are welcome too — if they got the belly, that is.

Bring your belly and transport to the Arab world with Ana.

Ana adds:
“Material needed-
Comfortable clothing, a scarf to tie at the waist, and a good mood. Classes are done without shoes, but socks or sneakers are recommended for protection only.”

8€ per session.
25€ for a month.

Jan
13
Mon
WEEKLY | DANCE WORKSHOP | Aulas Dança Oriental | Anjos | 8-25€
Jan 13 @ 18:00 – 19:00
WEEKLY | DANCE WORKSHOP | Aulas Dança Oriental | Anjos | 8-25€ @ Anjos70 | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Belly dancing, aka Raks Sharki, aka oriental dance (sorry, self-proclaimed Americans) is both hot and not easy.

And Ana Moreira, self-proclaimed oriental dancer, knows this.

Ana wants to teach you to belly dance.

Here’s how Ana describes her weekly Monday night dance class on belly dancing:
“It is currently practiced by women from all over the world, and of all ages, a dance in which various parts of the body are worked in isolation and that promotes physical well-being, harmony, and self-esteem. It is a dance characterized mainly by the hip and belly movements, alternately wavy and accentuated, to which may be added some props, such as veils, canes, sword, among others.
The songs used have a characteristic sound that transports us to the Arab world.
It is a happy and relaxed dance.
Of women and for women.”

But boys are welcome too — if they got the belly, that is.

Bring your belly and transport to the Arab world with Ana.

Ana adds:
“Material needed-
Comfortable clothing, a scarf to tie at the waist, and a good mood. Classes are done without shoes, but socks or sneakers are recommended for protection only.”

8€ per session.
25€ for a month.

Jan
20
Mon
WEEKLY | DANCE WORKSHOP | Aulas Dança Oriental | Anjos | 8-25€
Jan 20 @ 18:00 – 19:00
WEEKLY | DANCE WORKSHOP | Aulas Dança Oriental | Anjos | 8-25€ @ Anjos70 | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Belly dancing, aka Raks Sharki, aka oriental dance (sorry, self-proclaimed Americans) is both hot and not easy.

And Ana Moreira, self-proclaimed oriental dancer, knows this.

Ana wants to teach you to belly dance.

Here’s how Ana describes her weekly Monday night dance class on belly dancing:
“It is currently practiced by women from all over the world, and of all ages, a dance in which various parts of the body are worked in isolation and that promotes physical well-being, harmony, and self-esteem. It is a dance characterized mainly by the hip and belly movements, alternately wavy and accentuated, to which may be added some props, such as veils, canes, sword, among others.
The songs used have a characteristic sound that transports us to the Arab world.
It is a happy and relaxed dance.
Of women and for women.”

But boys are welcome too — if they got the belly, that is.

Bring your belly and transport to the Arab world with Ana.

Ana adds:
“Material needed-
Comfortable clothing, a scarf to tie at the waist, and a good mood. Classes are done without shoes, but socks or sneakers are recommended for protection only.”

8€ per session.
25€ for a month.

Jan
27
Mon
WEEKLY | DANCE WORKSHOP | Aulas Dança Oriental | Anjos | 8-25€
Jan 27 @ 18:00 – 19:00
WEEKLY | DANCE WORKSHOP | Aulas Dança Oriental | Anjos | 8-25€ @ Anjos70 | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Belly dancing, aka Raks Sharki, aka oriental dance (sorry, self-proclaimed Americans) is both hot and not easy.

And Ana Moreira, self-proclaimed oriental dancer, knows this.

Ana wants to teach you to belly dance.

Here’s how Ana describes her weekly Monday night dance class on belly dancing:
“It is currently practiced by women from all over the world, and of all ages, a dance in which various parts of the body are worked in isolation and that promotes physical well-being, harmony, and self-esteem. It is a dance characterized mainly by the hip and belly movements, alternately wavy and accentuated, to which may be added some props, such as veils, canes, sword, among others.
The songs used have a characteristic sound that transports us to the Arab world.
It is a happy and relaxed dance.
Of women and for women.”

But boys are welcome too — if they got the belly, that is.

Bring your belly and transport to the Arab world with Ana.

Ana adds:
“Material needed-
Comfortable clothing, a scarf to tie at the waist, and a good mood. Classes are done without shoes, but socks or sneakers are recommended for protection only.”

8€ per session.
25€ for a month.

Feb
3
Mon
WEEKLY | DANCE WORKSHOP | Aulas Dança Oriental | Anjos | 8-25€
Feb 3 @ 18:00 – 19:00
WEEKLY | DANCE WORKSHOP | Aulas Dança Oriental | Anjos | 8-25€ @ Anjos70 | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Belly dancing, aka Raks Sharki, aka oriental dance (sorry, self-proclaimed Americans) is both hot and not easy.

And Ana Moreira, self-proclaimed oriental dancer, knows this.

Ana wants to teach you to belly dance.

Here’s how Ana describes her weekly Monday night dance class on belly dancing:
“It is currently practiced by women from all over the world, and of all ages, a dance in which various parts of the body are worked in isolation and that promotes physical well-being, harmony, and self-esteem. It is a dance characterized mainly by the hip and belly movements, alternately wavy and accentuated, to which may be added some props, such as veils, canes, sword, among others.
The songs used have a characteristic sound that transports us to the Arab world.
It is a happy and relaxed dance.
Of women and for women.”

But boys are welcome too — if they got the belly, that is.

Bring your belly and transport to the Arab world with Ana.

Ana adds:
“Material needed-
Comfortable clothing, a scarf to tie at the waist, and a good mood. Classes are done without shoes, but socks or sneakers are recommended for protection only.”

8€ per session.
25€ for a month.

Feb
10
Mon
WEEKLY | DANCE WORKSHOP | Aulas Dança Oriental | Anjos | 8-25€
Feb 10 @ 18:00 – 19:00
WEEKLY | DANCE WORKSHOP | Aulas Dança Oriental | Anjos | 8-25€ @ Anjos70 | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Belly dancing, aka Raks Sharki, aka oriental dance (sorry, self-proclaimed Americans) is both hot and not easy.

And Ana Moreira, self-proclaimed oriental dancer, knows this.

Ana wants to teach you to belly dance.

Here’s how Ana describes her weekly Monday night dance class on belly dancing:
“It is currently practiced by women from all over the world, and of all ages, a dance in which various parts of the body are worked in isolation and that promotes physical well-being, harmony, and self-esteem. It is a dance characterized mainly by the hip and belly movements, alternately wavy and accentuated, to which may be added some props, such as veils, canes, sword, among others.
The songs used have a characteristic sound that transports us to the Arab world.
It is a happy and relaxed dance.
Of women and for women.”

But boys are welcome too — if they got the belly, that is.

Bring your belly and transport to the Arab world with Ana.

Ana adds:
“Material needed-
Comfortable clothing, a scarf to tie at the waist, and a good mood. Classes are done without shoes, but socks or sneakers are recommended for protection only.”

8€ per session.
25€ for a month.

Feb
17
Mon
WEEKLY | DANCE WORKSHOP | Aulas Dança Oriental | Anjos | 8-25€
Feb 17 @ 18:00 – 19:00
WEEKLY | DANCE WORKSHOP | Aulas Dança Oriental | Anjos | 8-25€ @ Anjos70 | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Belly dancing, aka Raks Sharki, aka oriental dance (sorry, self-proclaimed Americans) is both hot and not easy.

And Ana Moreira, self-proclaimed oriental dancer, knows this.

Ana wants to teach you to belly dance.

Here’s how Ana describes her weekly Monday night dance class on belly dancing:
“It is currently practiced by women from all over the world, and of all ages, a dance in which various parts of the body are worked in isolation and that promotes physical well-being, harmony, and self-esteem. It is a dance characterized mainly by the hip and belly movements, alternately wavy and accentuated, to which may be added some props, such as veils, canes, sword, among others.
The songs used have a characteristic sound that transports us to the Arab world.
It is a happy and relaxed dance.
Of women and for women.”

But boys are welcome too — if they got the belly, that is.

Bring your belly and transport to the Arab world with Ana.

Ana adds:
“Material needed-
Comfortable clothing, a scarf to tie at the waist, and a good mood. Classes are done without shoes, but socks or sneakers are recommended for protection only.”

8€ per session.
25€ for a month.

Feb
24
Mon
WEEKLY | DANCE WORKSHOP | Aulas Dança Oriental | Anjos | 8-25€
Feb 24 @ 18:00 – 19:00
WEEKLY | DANCE WORKSHOP | Aulas Dança Oriental | Anjos | 8-25€ @ Anjos70 | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Belly dancing, aka Raks Sharki, aka oriental dance (sorry, self-proclaimed Americans) is both hot and not easy.

And Ana Moreira, self-proclaimed oriental dancer, knows this.

Ana wants to teach you to belly dance.

Here’s how Ana describes her weekly Monday night dance class on belly dancing:
“It is currently practiced by women from all over the world, and of all ages, a dance in which various parts of the body are worked in isolation and that promotes physical well-being, harmony, and self-esteem. It is a dance characterized mainly by the hip and belly movements, alternately wavy and accentuated, to which may be added some props, such as veils, canes, sword, among others.
The songs used have a characteristic sound that transports us to the Arab world.
It is a happy and relaxed dance.
Of women and for women.”

But boys are welcome too — if they got the belly, that is.

Bring your belly and transport to the Arab world with Ana.

Ana adds:
“Material needed-
Comfortable clothing, a scarf to tie at the waist, and a good mood. Classes are done without shoes, but socks or sneakers are recommended for protection only.”

8€ per session.
25€ for a month.

Mar
2
Mon
WEEKLY | DANCE WORKSHOP | Aulas Dança Oriental | Anjos | 8-25€
Mar 2 @ 18:00 – 19:00
WEEKLY | DANCE WORKSHOP | Aulas Dança Oriental | Anjos | 8-25€ @ Anjos70 | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Belly dancing, aka Raks Sharki, aka oriental dance (sorry, self-proclaimed Americans) is both hot and not easy.

And Ana Moreira, self-proclaimed oriental dancer, knows this.

Ana wants to teach you to belly dance.

Here’s how Ana describes her weekly Monday night dance class on belly dancing:
“It is currently practiced by women from all over the world, and of all ages, a dance in which various parts of the body are worked in isolation and that promotes physical well-being, harmony, and self-esteem. It is a dance characterized mainly by the hip and belly movements, alternately wavy and accentuated, to which may be added some props, such as veils, canes, sword, among others.
The songs used have a characteristic sound that transports us to the Arab world.
It is a happy and relaxed dance.
Of women and for women.”

But boys are welcome too — if they got the belly, that is.

Bring your belly and transport to the Arab world with Ana.

Ana adds:
“Material needed-
Comfortable clothing, a scarf to tie at the waist, and a good mood. Classes are done without shoes, but socks or sneakers are recommended for protection only.”

8€ per session.
25€ for a month.

Mar
9
Mon
WEEKLY | DANCE WORKSHOP | Aulas Dança Oriental | Anjos | 8-25€
Mar 9 @ 18:00 – 19:00
WEEKLY | DANCE WORKSHOP | Aulas Dança Oriental | Anjos | 8-25€ @ Anjos70 | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Belly dancing, aka Raks Sharki, aka oriental dance (sorry, self-proclaimed Americans) is both hot and not easy.

And Ana Moreira, self-proclaimed oriental dancer, knows this.

Ana wants to teach you to belly dance.

Here’s how Ana describes her weekly Monday night dance class on belly dancing:
“It is currently practiced by women from all over the world, and of all ages, a dance in which various parts of the body are worked in isolation and that promotes physical well-being, harmony, and self-esteem. It is a dance characterized mainly by the hip and belly movements, alternately wavy and accentuated, to which may be added some props, such as veils, canes, sword, among others.
The songs used have a characteristic sound that transports us to the Arab world.
It is a happy and relaxed dance.
Of women and for women.”

But boys are welcome too — if they got the belly, that is.

Bring your belly and transport to the Arab world with Ana.

Ana adds:
“Material needed-
Comfortable clothing, a scarf to tie at the waist, and a good mood. Classes are done without shoes, but socks or sneakers are recommended for protection only.”

8€ per session.
25€ for a month.

Mar
16
Mon
WEEKLY | DANCE WORKSHOP | Aulas Dança Oriental | Anjos | 8-25€
Mar 16 @ 18:00 – 19:00
WEEKLY | DANCE WORKSHOP | Aulas Dança Oriental | Anjos | 8-25€ @ Anjos70 | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Belly dancing, aka Raks Sharki, aka oriental dance (sorry, self-proclaimed Americans) is both hot and not easy.

And Ana Moreira, self-proclaimed oriental dancer, knows this.

Ana wants to teach you to belly dance.

Here’s how Ana describes her weekly Monday night dance class on belly dancing:
“It is currently practiced by women from all over the world, and of all ages, a dance in which various parts of the body are worked in isolation and that promotes physical well-being, harmony, and self-esteem. It is a dance characterized mainly by the hip and belly movements, alternately wavy and accentuated, to which may be added some props, such as veils, canes, sword, among others.
The songs used have a characteristic sound that transports us to the Arab world.
It is a happy and relaxed dance.
Of women and for women.”

But boys are welcome too — if they got the belly, that is.

Bring your belly and transport to the Arab world with Ana.

Ana adds:
“Material needed-
Comfortable clothing, a scarf to tie at the waist, and a good mood. Classes are done without shoes, but socks or sneakers are recommended for protection only.”

8€ per session.
25€ for a month.

Mar
23
Mon
WEEKLY | DANCE WORKSHOP | Aulas Dança Oriental | Anjos | 8-25€
Mar 23 @ 18:00 – 19:00
WEEKLY | DANCE WORKSHOP | Aulas Dança Oriental | Anjos | 8-25€ @ Anjos70 | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Belly dancing, aka Raks Sharki, aka oriental dance (sorry, self-proclaimed Americans) is both hot and not easy.

And Ana Moreira, self-proclaimed oriental dancer, knows this.

Ana wants to teach you to belly dance.

Here’s how Ana describes her weekly Monday night dance class on belly dancing:
“It is currently practiced by women from all over the world, and of all ages, a dance in which various parts of the body are worked in isolation and that promotes physical well-being, harmony, and self-esteem. It is a dance characterized mainly by the hip and belly movements, alternately wavy and accentuated, to which may be added some props, such as veils, canes, sword, among others.
The songs used have a characteristic sound that transports us to the Arab world.
It is a happy and relaxed dance.
Of women and for women.”

But boys are welcome too — if they got the belly, that is.

Bring your belly and transport to the Arab world with Ana.

Ana adds:
“Material needed-
Comfortable clothing, a scarf to tie at the waist, and a good mood. Classes are done without shoes, but socks or sneakers are recommended for protection only.”

8€ per session.
25€ for a month.

Mar
30
Mon
WEEKLY | DANCE WORKSHOP | Aulas Dança Oriental | Anjos | 8-25€
Mar 30 @ 18:00 – 19:00
WEEKLY | DANCE WORKSHOP | Aulas Dança Oriental | Anjos | 8-25€ @ Anjos70 | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Belly dancing, aka Raks Sharki, aka oriental dance (sorry, self-proclaimed Americans) is both hot and not easy.

And Ana Moreira, self-proclaimed oriental dancer, knows this.

Ana wants to teach you to belly dance.

Here’s how Ana describes her weekly Monday night dance class on belly dancing:
“It is currently practiced by women from all over the world, and of all ages, a dance in which various parts of the body are worked in isolation and that promotes physical well-being, harmony, and self-esteem. It is a dance characterized mainly by the hip and belly movements, alternately wavy and accentuated, to which may be added some props, such as veils, canes, sword, among others.
The songs used have a characteristic sound that transports us to the Arab world.
It is a happy and relaxed dance.
Of women and for women.”

But boys are welcome too — if they got the belly, that is.

Bring your belly and transport to the Arab world with Ana.

Ana adds:
“Material needed-
Comfortable clothing, a scarf to tie at the waist, and a good mood. Classes are done without shoes, but socks or sneakers are recommended for protection only.”

8€ per session.
25€ for a month.

Apr
6
Mon
WEEKLY | DANCE WORKSHOP | Aulas Dança Oriental | Anjos | 8-25€
Apr 6 @ 18:00 – 19:00
WEEKLY | DANCE WORKSHOP | Aulas Dança Oriental | Anjos | 8-25€ @ Anjos70 | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Belly dancing, aka Raks Sharki, aka oriental dance (sorry, self-proclaimed Americans) is both hot and not easy.

And Ana Moreira, self-proclaimed oriental dancer, knows this.

Ana wants to teach you to belly dance.

Here’s how Ana describes her weekly Monday night dance class on belly dancing:
“It is currently practiced by women from all over the world, and of all ages, a dance in which various parts of the body are worked in isolation and that promotes physical well-being, harmony, and self-esteem. It is a dance characterized mainly by the hip and belly movements, alternately wavy and accentuated, to which may be added some props, such as veils, canes, sword, among others.
The songs used have a characteristic sound that transports us to the Arab world.
It is a happy and relaxed dance.
Of women and for women.”

But boys are welcome too — if they got the belly, that is.

Bring your belly and transport to the Arab world with Ana.

Ana adds:
“Material needed-
Comfortable clothing, a scarf to tie at the waist, and a good mood. Classes are done without shoes, but socks or sneakers are recommended for protection only.”

8€ per session.
25€ for a month.

Apr
13
Mon
WEEKLY | DANCE WORKSHOP | Aulas Dança Oriental | Anjos | 8-25€
Apr 13 @ 18:00 – 19:00
WEEKLY | DANCE WORKSHOP | Aulas Dança Oriental | Anjos | 8-25€ @ Anjos70 | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Belly dancing, aka Raks Sharki, aka oriental dance (sorry, self-proclaimed Americans) is both hot and not easy.

And Ana Moreira, self-proclaimed oriental dancer, knows this.

Ana wants to teach you to belly dance.

Here’s how Ana describes her weekly Monday night dance class on belly dancing:
“It is currently practiced by women from all over the world, and of all ages, a dance in which various parts of the body are worked in isolation and that promotes physical well-being, harmony, and self-esteem. It is a dance characterized mainly by the hip and belly movements, alternately wavy and accentuated, to which may be added some props, such as veils, canes, sword, among others.
The songs used have a characteristic sound that transports us to the Arab world.
It is a happy and relaxed dance.
Of women and for women.”

But boys are welcome too — if they got the belly, that is.

Bring your belly and transport to the Arab world with Ana.

Ana adds:
“Material needed-
Comfortable clothing, a scarf to tie at the waist, and a good mood. Classes are done without shoes, but socks or sneakers are recommended for protection only.”

8€ per session.
25€ for a month.

Apr
20
Mon
WEEKLY | DANCE WORKSHOP | Aulas Dança Oriental | Anjos | 8-25€
Apr 20 @ 18:00 – 19:00
WEEKLY | DANCE WORKSHOP | Aulas Dança Oriental | Anjos | 8-25€ @ Anjos70 | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Belly dancing, aka Raks Sharki, aka oriental dance (sorry, self-proclaimed Americans) is both hot and not easy.

And Ana Moreira, self-proclaimed oriental dancer, knows this.

Ana wants to teach you to belly dance.

Here’s how Ana describes her weekly Monday night dance class on belly dancing:
“It is currently practiced by women from all over the world, and of all ages, a dance in which various parts of the body are worked in isolation and that promotes physical well-being, harmony, and self-esteem. It is a dance characterized mainly by the hip and belly movements, alternately wavy and accentuated, to which may be added some props, such as veils, canes, sword, among others.
The songs used have a characteristic sound that transports us to the Arab world.
It is a happy and relaxed dance.
Of women and for women.”

But boys are welcome too — if they got the belly, that is.

Bring your belly and transport to the Arab world with Ana.

Ana adds:
“Material needed-
Comfortable clothing, a scarf to tie at the waist, and a good mood. Classes are done without shoes, but socks or sneakers are recommended for protection only.”

8€ per session.
25€ for a month.

Apr
27
Mon
WEEKLY | DANCE WORKSHOP | Aulas Dança Oriental | Anjos | 8-25€
Apr 27 @ 18:00 – 19:00
WEEKLY | DANCE WORKSHOP | Aulas Dança Oriental | Anjos | 8-25€ @ Anjos70 | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Belly dancing, aka Raks Sharki, aka oriental dance (sorry, self-proclaimed Americans) is both hot and not easy.

And Ana Moreira, self-proclaimed oriental dancer, knows this.

Ana wants to teach you to belly dance.

Here’s how Ana describes her weekly Monday night dance class on belly dancing:
“It is currently practiced by women from all over the world, and of all ages, a dance in which various parts of the body are worked in isolation and that promotes physical well-being, harmony, and self-esteem. It is a dance characterized mainly by the hip and belly movements, alternately wavy and accentuated, to which may be added some props, such as veils, canes, sword, among others.
The songs used have a characteristic sound that transports us to the Arab world.
It is a happy and relaxed dance.
Of women and for women.”

But boys are welcome too — if they got the belly, that is.

Bring your belly and transport to the Arab world with Ana.

Ana adds:
“Material needed-
Comfortable clothing, a scarf to tie at the waist, and a good mood. Classes are done without shoes, but socks or sneakers are recommended for protection only.”

8€ per session.
25€ for a month.

May
4
Mon
WEEKLY | DANCE WORKSHOP | Aulas Dança Oriental | Anjos | 8-25€
May 4 @ 18:00 – 19:00
WEEKLY | DANCE WORKSHOP | Aulas Dança Oriental | Anjos | 8-25€ @ Anjos70 | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Belly dancing, aka Raks Sharki, aka oriental dance (sorry, self-proclaimed Americans) is both hot and not easy.

And Ana Moreira, self-proclaimed oriental dancer, knows this.

Ana wants to teach you to belly dance.

Here’s how Ana describes her weekly Monday night dance class on belly dancing:
“It is currently practiced by women from all over the world, and of all ages, a dance in which various parts of the body are worked in isolation and that promotes physical well-being, harmony, and self-esteem. It is a dance characterized mainly by the hip and belly movements, alternately wavy and accentuated, to which may be added some props, such as veils, canes, sword, among others.
The songs used have a characteristic sound that transports us to the Arab world.
It is a happy and relaxed dance.
Of women and for women.”

But boys are welcome too — if they got the belly, that is.

Bring your belly and transport to the Arab world with Ana.

Ana adds:
“Material needed-
Comfortable clothing, a scarf to tie at the waist, and a good mood. Classes are done without shoes, but socks or sneakers are recommended for protection only.”

8€ per session.
25€ for a month.

May
11
Mon
WEEKLY | DANCE WORKSHOP | Aulas Dança Oriental | Anjos | 8-25€
May 11 @ 18:00 – 19:00
WEEKLY | DANCE WORKSHOP | Aulas Dança Oriental | Anjos | 8-25€ @ Anjos70 | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Belly dancing, aka Raks Sharki, aka oriental dance (sorry, self-proclaimed Americans) is both hot and not easy.

And Ana Moreira, self-proclaimed oriental dancer, knows this.

Ana wants to teach you to belly dance.

Here’s how Ana describes her weekly Monday night dance class on belly dancing:
“It is currently practiced by women from all over the world, and of all ages, a dance in which various parts of the body are worked in isolation and that promotes physical well-being, harmony, and self-esteem. It is a dance characterized mainly by the hip and belly movements, alternately wavy and accentuated, to which may be added some props, such as veils, canes, sword, among others.
The songs used have a characteristic sound that transports us to the Arab world.
It is a happy and relaxed dance.
Of women and for women.”

But boys are welcome too — if they got the belly, that is.

Bring your belly and transport to the Arab world with Ana.

Ana adds:
“Material needed-
Comfortable clothing, a scarf to tie at the waist, and a good mood. Classes are done without shoes, but socks or sneakers are recommended for protection only.”

8€ per session.
25€ for a month.

May
18
Mon
WEEKLY | DANCE WORKSHOP | Aulas Dança Oriental | Anjos | 8-25€
May 18 @ 18:00 – 19:00
WEEKLY | DANCE WORKSHOP | Aulas Dança Oriental | Anjos | 8-25€ @ Anjos70 | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Belly dancing, aka Raks Sharki, aka oriental dance (sorry, self-proclaimed Americans) is both hot and not easy.

And Ana Moreira, self-proclaimed oriental dancer, knows this.

Ana wants to teach you to belly dance.

Here’s how Ana describes her weekly Monday night dance class on belly dancing:
“It is currently practiced by women from all over the world, and of all ages, a dance in which various parts of the body are worked in isolation and that promotes physical well-being, harmony, and self-esteem. It is a dance characterized mainly by the hip and belly movements, alternately wavy and accentuated, to which may be added some props, such as veils, canes, sword, among others.
The songs used have a characteristic sound that transports us to the Arab world.
It is a happy and relaxed dance.
Of women and for women.”

But boys are welcome too — if they got the belly, that is.

Bring your belly and transport to the Arab world with Ana.

Ana adds:
“Material needed-
Comfortable clothing, a scarf to tie at the waist, and a good mood. Classes are done without shoes, but socks or sneakers are recommended for protection only.”

8€ per session.
25€ for a month.

May
25
Mon
WEEKLY | DANCE WORKSHOP | Aulas Dança Oriental | Anjos | 8-25€
May 25 @ 18:00 – 19:00
WEEKLY | DANCE WORKSHOP | Aulas Dança Oriental | Anjos | 8-25€ @ Anjos70 | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Belly dancing, aka Raks Sharki, aka oriental dance (sorry, self-proclaimed Americans) is both hot and not easy.

And Ana Moreira, self-proclaimed oriental dancer, knows this.

Ana wants to teach you to belly dance.

Here’s how Ana describes her weekly Monday night dance class on belly dancing:
“It is currently practiced by women from all over the world, and of all ages, a dance in which various parts of the body are worked in isolation and that promotes physical well-being, harmony, and self-esteem. It is a dance characterized mainly by the hip and belly movements, alternately wavy and accentuated, to which may be added some props, such as veils, canes, sword, among others.
The songs used have a characteristic sound that transports us to the Arab world.
It is a happy and relaxed dance.
Of women and for women.”

But boys are welcome too — if they got the belly, that is.

Bring your belly and transport to the Arab world with Ana.

Ana adds:
“Material needed-
Comfortable clothing, a scarf to tie at the waist, and a good mood. Classes are done without shoes, but socks or sneakers are recommended for protection only.”

8€ per session.
25€ for a month.

Jun
1
Mon
WEEKLY | DANCE WORKSHOP | Aulas Dança Oriental | Anjos | 8-25€
Jun 1 @ 18:00 – 19:00
WEEKLY | DANCE WORKSHOP | Aulas Dança Oriental | Anjos | 8-25€ @ Anjos70 | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Belly dancing, aka Raks Sharki, aka oriental dance (sorry, self-proclaimed Americans) is both hot and not easy.

And Ana Moreira, self-proclaimed oriental dancer, knows this.

Ana wants to teach you to belly dance.

Here’s how Ana describes her weekly Monday night dance class on belly dancing:
“It is currently practiced by women from all over the world, and of all ages, a dance in which various parts of the body are worked in isolation and that promotes physical well-being, harmony, and self-esteem. It is a dance characterized mainly by the hip and belly movements, alternately wavy and accentuated, to which may be added some props, such as veils, canes, sword, among others.
The songs used have a characteristic sound that transports us to the Arab world.
It is a happy and relaxed dance.
Of women and for women.”

But boys are welcome too — if they got the belly, that is.

Bring your belly and transport to the Arab world with Ana.

Ana adds:
“Material needed-
Comfortable clothing, a scarf to tie at the waist, and a good mood. Classes are done without shoes, but socks or sneakers are recommended for protection only.”

8€ per session.
25€ for a month.

Jun
8
Mon
WEEKLY | DANCE WORKSHOP | Aulas Dança Oriental | Anjos | 8-25€
Jun 8 @ 18:00 – 19:00
WEEKLY | DANCE WORKSHOP | Aulas Dança Oriental | Anjos | 8-25€ @ Anjos70 | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Belly dancing, aka Raks Sharki, aka oriental dance (sorry, self-proclaimed Americans) is both hot and not easy.

And Ana Moreira, self-proclaimed oriental dancer, knows this.

Ana wants to teach you to belly dance.

Here’s how Ana describes her weekly Monday night dance class on belly dancing:
“It is currently practiced by women from all over the world, and of all ages, a dance in which various parts of the body are worked in isolation and that promotes physical well-being, harmony, and self-esteem. It is a dance characterized mainly by the hip and belly movements, alternately wavy and accentuated, to which may be added some props, such as veils, canes, sword, among others.
The songs used have a characteristic sound that transports us to the Arab world.
It is a happy and relaxed dance.
Of women and for women.”

But boys are welcome too — if they got the belly, that is.

Bring your belly and transport to the Arab world with Ana.

Ana adds:
“Material needed-
Comfortable clothing, a scarf to tie at the waist, and a good mood. Classes are done without shoes, but socks or sneakers are recommended for protection only.”

8€ per session.
25€ for a month.

Jun
15
Mon
WEEKLY | DANCE WORKSHOP | Aulas Dança Oriental | Anjos | 8-25€
Jun 15 @ 18:00 – 19:00
WEEKLY | DANCE WORKSHOP | Aulas Dança Oriental | Anjos | 8-25€ @ Anjos70 | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Belly dancing, aka Raks Sharki, aka oriental dance (sorry, self-proclaimed Americans) is both hot and not easy.

And Ana Moreira, self-proclaimed oriental dancer, knows this.

Ana wants to teach you to belly dance.

Here’s how Ana describes her weekly Monday night dance class on belly dancing:
“It is currently practiced by women from all over the world, and of all ages, a dance in which various parts of the body are worked in isolation and that promotes physical well-being, harmony, and self-esteem. It is a dance characterized mainly by the hip and belly movements, alternately wavy and accentuated, to which may be added some props, such as veils, canes, sword, among others.
The songs used have a characteristic sound that transports us to the Arab world.
It is a happy and relaxed dance.
Of women and for women.”

But boys are welcome too — if they got the belly, that is.

Bring your belly and transport to the Arab world with Ana.

Ana adds:
“Material needed-
Comfortable clothing, a scarf to tie at the waist, and a good mood. Classes are done without shoes, but socks or sneakers are recommended for protection only.”

8€ per session.
25€ for a month.

Jun
22
Mon
WEEKLY | DANCE WORKSHOP | Aulas Dança Oriental | Anjos | 8-25€
Jun 22 @ 18:00 – 19:00
WEEKLY | DANCE WORKSHOP | Aulas Dança Oriental | Anjos | 8-25€ @ Anjos70 | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Belly dancing, aka Raks Sharki, aka oriental dance (sorry, self-proclaimed Americans) is both hot and not easy.

And Ana Moreira, self-proclaimed oriental dancer, knows this.

Ana wants to teach you to belly dance.

Here’s how Ana describes her weekly Monday night dance class on belly dancing:
“It is currently practiced by women from all over the world, and of all ages, a dance in which various parts of the body are worked in isolation and that promotes physical well-being, harmony, and self-esteem. It is a dance characterized mainly by the hip and belly movements, alternately wavy and accentuated, to which may be added some props, such as veils, canes, sword, among others.
The songs used have a characteristic sound that transports us to the Arab world.
It is a happy and relaxed dance.
Of women and for women.”

But boys are welcome too — if they got the belly, that is.

Bring your belly and transport to the Arab world with Ana.

Ana adds:
“Material needed-
Comfortable clothing, a scarf to tie at the waist, and a good mood. Classes are done without shoes, but socks or sneakers are recommended for protection only.”

8€ per session.
25€ for a month.

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