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Belly Dancing Lessons in Whitehall

Surayyah

Surayyah

Persevere Fitness, in Whitehall, is conducting an eight-week belly dancing course on Wednesdays, beginning at 7:15pm March 28. Surayyah will teach multiple aspects of the beautiful art of belly dancing. Along with learning and refining movements for a dance routine, participants will gain improved posture, muscle tone, body awareness and self-confidence in an upbeat and positive atmosphere. All levels are welcome.

Belly dance is a great overall workout for women of all ages, shapes and sizes. It is low-impact. yet raises heart rate and strengthens muscles and bones to gain strength and flexibility evenly in the rib cage, upper and lower back, abdomen and hips. The routines help improve posture, reduce stress, can aid in digestion, stimulate lymphatic function and engage the brain. Also, There is also the added benefit of improved self-esteem and the sisterhood created in learning this dance with others.

Cost is $89 for the full course. Location: 3690 Lehigh St., Ste. 7G. For more information and register, call 484-995-6029.

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