6.30-7.15pm - Ongoing 2020*NEW LOCATION

LOVIN' THE BeLLY 


Lead by Kim Williams and Ashley Walker of Three Graces Entertainment, Lovin' The Belly is a class designed to incorporate basic bellydance moves with modern music. You will learn basic moves, get your heart rate up, laugh, and have a fabulous time dancing to fun music. We ' shake it till we make it' in this class, perfect for beginners of all ages or those looking for a new exercise routine, classes are held weekly, pre-pay $65 for six weeks. Pre-registration is required and classes are held at 690 Jonestown Rd, Winston-Salem.


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Winston-Salem Classes

4 CLASS

introductory

DANCE PASS

    

      PURCHASE OPTION

   EXPIRES 2/1/2020





Contact Us for registration information. After receiving email confirmation for registration, download and complete the registration form here and bring it with you, along with payment to the first class. (Note: In some cases, pre-registration and advance payment may be required for classes.) Taking more than 2 classes? That's great, there's a discount for that!
Are you considering a private lesson? The instructors at TGE are here for you, give us a call for available days/times! Some one on one time to get those hip hits sharper or your undulations smoother could make the difference in dancing harder or dancing smarter! Private lessons are $60 per hour.

COMING SOON

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3366826166Winston-Salem, NC

sundayS





3.45 - 4.30 - *NEW 2020*

intro polynesian  


Open to all ages and genders, in this weekly session you will receive personal attention from our instructor Malia, an ongoing student of Kumu Kealohalani of Kailua, Hawai'i, as you begin building your knowledge base of basic Hula, Tahitian and Moari techniques, posture, hand movements, terminology, Island history and choreographies. Studio location, 690 Jonestown Rd. Winston-Salem. Classes are pre-pay six weeks $65.




Coming soon!! Yeah, we're excited too!

Private Lessons

Upon Request

1.30-2.30pm *NEW 2020*

Level 1 bellydance


You have the bellydance basics down, small combos are easier to execute and now you are ready for the next level! This moderate paced class will break down choreographies from start to finish and provide the tools you need to feel comfortable performing in public.  Pre-pay six weeks for $65, studio location: 690 Jonestown Rd, Winston-Salem.





Sundays




   


Purchase a four class dance pass that can be used for any of our 2020 classes for yourself or as a gift at 30% off. Studio location, 690 Jonestown Rd. Winston-Salem. Class pass is pre-pay $46.

We are pleased to offer this discount through February 2, 2020. Limit 1 per person. Valid January 2020 through November 2020, check website for class schedules. Registration form must be filled out before first class.

Frequently Asked Questions - Classes


Can anyone learn to belly dance?
All shapes, sizes, and ages are welcome! 

Is belly dancing a good workout?
It is a very good low impact workout.  Because our belly dance stance includes "soft" knees, the movements do not jolt the body as do some other forms of exercise. Yet, you'll get the physical benefits while having a great time.

Is prior dance experience necessary?
It is not necessary to have had prior dance experience. Belly dance is unique in many ways, such as the isolations, and all beginners, regardless of background, will be learning these in the beginner classes.

What kind of feedback do students get in the Three Graces classes?
Our instructors are very in-tune to their students. They provide helpful, never critical, feedback. Questions are encouraged and answered. And the students show one another mutual respect, a requirement in each of the Three Graces classes.

What do the students wear to class?
Students wear comfortable work-out clothes to class, such as yoga or jazz pants, or leggings. A close-fitting exercise top is recommended so the instructor can check body posture and alignment. Coin scarves, coin belts, or hip wraps are recommended. Students wear ballet shoes, lyrical sandals, or dance barefooted in the studio. Some students enjoy wearing exotic earrings and jewelry, skirts over pants, or any other variety of dance costuming, but it certainly isn't required.