80% Off one month of Belly Dancing Classes at Thamesvale Centre

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Wednesday, May 25th, 2011

Today's Deal: 80% Off a month of Belly Dancing Classes at
Thamesvale Centre for Learning and Physical Arts. Pay RM28
instead of RM140
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Deal Price: $28
Deal Value: $140
Discount:   80%
Saving:     $112


<span style="font-weight: bold;">The Thamesvale Centre for
Learning and Physical Arts</span> is an enrichment centre,
providing classes and workshops for a variety of dance, martial
arts, yoga, music, drama and crafts. Classes and workshops are
open to children, youths and adults alike. A fun way to expand
your mind, hone skills that you never knew you had while
connecting with like minded people. If there's a class that we
don't currently run that you wanna take up, let us know and we'll
pull out all the stops and find you the best instructor for
it!<br><br><span style="font-weight: bold;">About Belly
Dancing</span><br><br>Belly dance or Bellydance is a
"Western"-coined name for a traditional "<span
class="mw-redirect">Middle Eastern</span>" dance, especially raqs
sharqi. It is sometimes also called Middle Eastern dance or
Arabic dance in the West, <br>The term "Belly dance" is a
translation of the French "danse du ventre" which was applied to
the dance in the Victorian era.
 It is something of a misnomer as every part of the body is
involved in 
the dance; the most featured body part usually is the hips. Belly
takes many different forms depending on country and region, both
costume and dance style, and new styles have evolved in the West
as its 
popularity has spread globally. Although contemporary forms of
the dance
 have generally been performed by women, some of the dances, 
particularly the cane dance, have origins in male forms of
performance.<br><br style="font-weight: bold;"><span
style="font-weight: bold;">The Health Benefits</span><br><br>Raks
Sharki, also called belly dance, is a form of dance that many are

familiar with. But few understand the effects it has on the human
 The graceful hip drops, rolls, and pivots of this dance form
muscle groups in the abdomen, pelvis, trunk, spine, and neck,
with the body instead of against it. Unlike ballet, which can 
potentially alter and deform the skeleton, or other dance forms
work against rather than with the body's physical inclinations,
sharki is based on movements that come naturally to the female
There is a wealth of health benefits awaiting those who practice
form of dance.<br><br>Other benefits include, Muscle Toning and
improved Posture, Weight Lost, Stress Reduction and is also good
for Preparation for childbirth as the movements of raks sharki
make an excellent prenatal exercise regimen
 that strengthens the muscles used during the childbirth
process.<br><br>So what are you waiting for? lets get

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