|Product Name||Learn Belly Dance With Sabeya|
|Category||Electronics / Photography: A/V Media: Movie / TV|
|Amazon.com||Buy on Amazon ~ B00757S210|
|Price New||10.99 US Dollars (curriencies)|
|Features||Two DVD set with more than three hours of instruction, Expert instruction from a recognized performer and trainer's trainer, Fun dance combinations and practice exercises|
|Long Description||Equivalent to three full courses and valued at more than $100! Learn the moves "right" from the start! Sabeya will guide you through the fundamentals with clear movement breakdowns, precise instruction with emphasis on proper alignment, graceful, elegant and clean execution. Get in touch with your femininity, improve posture, self-confidence, fluidity of movement, poise and increase stamina. This DVD set contains more than three hours of instruction and is a valuable companion for beginners and new teachers. A two DVD set: disc one contains step by step instructions; disc two contains dance combinations and practice exercises, as well as an exclusive theatrical belly dance performance. Easy menu subdivision for quick access to technique and practice.|
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