Hasana means Beautiful = Hasana Dance = Beautiful Dance

Hasana mantra “I am BEAUTIFUL, just as I am".  

Belly dance is one of the oldest forms of dance. Belly Dance is a form of expression to not only those watching but to the dancer as well. A “Belly Dancer” does not have to be a performer. Belly dance is a way to get to know yourself. Often times we become so busy with life that we forget to take a minute to remember that it is important to care and love ourselves. We are a gift to this world and each of us make our mark in a different way. If we dont take time to “get to know” ourselves, then how are we able to share what and who we are with the world. We should never feel as if we are a “stranger in our own skin”. It is possible that Belly dance can help with raising self confidence, balance, recognizing isolated body movement, concentration, focus, memory, weight release, the pregnancy & birthing experience, strength, agility, flexability, back pain, PMS & symptoms, exercise, gaining a firm foundation in the way we feel/react/walk and of coarse the most important LOVING YOURSELF AS YOU ARE.

For more information, class times and personal classes please contact us at (435)862-7410 

 

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For costuming, props, drums and zills please go to our  "Shopping with Rejuve" page  and following the Belly Dance attire link.

  

For all Bloomers, Littles and Tiny's the below listed costume are needed: 

 

Little Girls Belly Dancer Costume - PURPLE (we order and carry) 

 

 2 (long sleeve & tank) white rounded neck leotard and WHITE ankle length tight leggings. (These can be found on Amazon and links are posted on the Facebook page during order time)

Teens attire is as follows:

 2 (long sleeve & tank) white rounded neck leotard and WHITE ankle length tight leggings. (These can be found on Amazon and links are posted on the Facebook page during order time)

Costume will be announced

Adults attire is as follows:

Please message Tabitha for details