Info & Etiquette

The following points are ways to continue the cycle of respect.

Please Arrive Early

Plan to arrive to class 10 to 15 minutes early to give yourself plenty of time to find parking, sign in for the class, socialize, and prepare for warm up.

Eat lightly

We advise 2-3 hours of digestion prior to your practice.

Drink Water

The human body is composed of up to 70% water. Therefore, as a dancer, staying hydrated is of great importance in order to maximize your performance. Water is involved in so many processes in the body that is just 2% dehydrated can start to hinder your body’s ability to perform.  Being only slightly dehydrated can slow the activity of enzymes in the body, including ones responsible for the production of energy. This can even lead to a lower metabolism and reduce your ability to exercise efficiently.  As a gift of health and wellness to all our students, The L.A. Bellydance Academy offers Kangen Water® free of charge if you bring your own cup.

Injuries?

Please let your teacher know if you are coming in with any health or body concerns. In most cases, all instruction can be modified based on the needs of the dancer. Ultimately, it is your responsibility to care for your body, DANCE RESPONSIBLY.

Dance at Your Own Pace.

Everyone learns to dance at different speeds. Don’t compare yourself to others in your class. Some people just seem to catch on faster than others. Ask questions if you are unclear about a step. Do your best, smile and have fun!

No gum

No talking

No food on the dance floor

No street shoes

Studio Scheduled Closures 2017


*** Special Holiday Schedule ***
December 19 – January 2nd 2017
April 14, 15, and 16
November 23
December 18 – January 3rd 2018

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