Bellydancing, “It’s a Language” Article by Elodie Reed

ELODIE REED – FOR THE BENNINGTON BANNER Bennington Beledi dancers play zills – finger cymbals – as they practice American Tribal Style Bellydance last Thursday.

“There is a sisterhood — we look out for each other,” Irion said. “We’re not using our bodies to entertain men. I think we’re all here for ourselves.”  Julz Irion

I just got a link to the article called “It’s a Language: Women Find Empowerment at Bennington Beledi American Tribal Style Bellydance” that Elodie Reed wrote in the Berkshire Eagle,  about my Bellydancing class.  I cried (in a good way)  when I read it.

You can click here to read it.

Anyone reading this, if any of you live close enough, come and try it. Classes are  every Thursday night at 5:15 in the Senior Center in Bennington Vermont.   The first class is free and, like me, you may just surprise yourself and find that beautiful power that lives deep within your belly that has been waiting to emerge.

You can click here for the Bennington Beledi Bellydancing facebook page.  You can also email me,  too if you have any questions.

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