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Tribal Bellydance in Yorkshire and Lancashire.
Monday - KEIGHLEY.
Oakbank School, Ingrow Lane, Keighley BD22 7DU
From 7:30 pm to 9:00 pm
The longest running NorthWind class. Well established and friendly. Contact Chris if interested. SEE PANEL RIGHT!
Does not run on Bank Holidays. £4:50p per session.
Tuesday - NELSON.
Sanderson Dance & Fitness, 10 Churchill Way BB9 6RT
From 8:00 pm to 9:00 pm: North Wind Tribal
A popular class at a great venue just off the M65. Pay for a short course of 7 or 8 weeks, or pay-as-you-go.
From 9:00 pm to 10:00pm: Oriental
An hour of traditional bellydance, taught by Chris. Again pay for a short course, or pay-as-you-go.
For more information on both these classes, current prices, or to book, contact Sanderson D&F direct on 01282 617722.
Thursday - Sowerby Bridge.
YogaMill, Warehouse No2, Sowerby Bridge, HX6 2AG
From 7:45 pm to 9:15 pm
This is an enthusiastic and friendly NorthWind class that has been at this new location since September 2015. £4:50p per session. Ample parking close to the mill building. Buzz to enter!
Visit www.yogamill.co.uk for details of this new venue.
A new school building has been constructed on the Oakbank School site. The last class in the old Dance Studio will be on Monday 19 March. The move to the new build means we cannot meet at Oakbank for several weeks.
So for the following dates, 26 March, 9 April and 16 April, we will be at the Oakworth Methodist Church Hall, just up the hill a little way. (There will not be a class on Easter Monday.)
All being well the classes will restart at the new Oakbank School Recreation Centre on Mon 23 April, usual time.
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Learning NorthWind tribal dance is fun and promotes fitness. The classes are taught by Chris Ogden, one of the most experienced Tribal Bellydance teachers in the UK.
You will learn the repertoire of NorthWind moves, and explore them in combination by the use of lively choreographs. Class work is linked to local events and there will be plenty of opportunities to show off your new found skills.
Classes are mostly run on a drop-in basis and will feature a stretchy warm-up and arm exercises to develop flexibility and strength. This is followed by drilling of moves and practicing the latest class dance.
The best clothing to wear for class is a simple T-shirt top and a long skirt. A tribal-style belt will complete your look.
Don’t forget to bring water. Classes can get quite energetic!