Jane Hall’s amazing mentor on doumbek; Rachel Brice on belly. Enjoy!
Jenn Lemaire Kasper posted a fantastic blog entry devoted to the idea of Respect in our dance community. Give it a read! “The Tribal Code: Respect I feel that respect can be divided into two levels. One sits at the … Read More
The videos have been pouring in from Tribal Fest 2014. As usual, they run the gamut of tribal interpretations. A real standout for me was UJBABA from Russia. I have enjoyed their videos many times before, and this one is … Read More
Seriously one of my favorite sha’abi performances I have enjoyed online. Sha’abi, meaning “of my people”, is a dance full of sass, energy, and attitude. Defined by a relaxed, “street dancing” kind of feel, good sha’abi is playful and effortless–both … Read More
One of Suhaila Salimpour’s proteges, a famous member of Bal Anat, Aida has been an inspiration to thousands of dancers over the years. She continues to teach workshops, and is generous and enthusiastic in sharing her knowledge online as well. … Read More
Here is Part 2 of my tribal bellydance hair and makeup tutorial. If you missed the hair video, part 1 can be found here: http://wp.deeprootsdance.com/2014/04/dramatic-hair-for-tribal-bellydance.html If you have any questions or comments, I would love to hear from you. Without … Read More
Zaphara is a local Seattle legend. She has been dancing since the 70’s, and almost every pro in Seattle has taken at least a class or two from her in their day (including yours truly). Alessandra interviewed her for her … Read More
Deep Roots Dance is proud to introduce you to our beautiful new instructor, Carmen. She will also be guest-blogging here at DeepRootsDance.com, and not coincidentally here is her first post: Why, hello and welcome to my first blog post! I … Read More