Jane Hall’s amazing mentor on doumbek; Rachel Brice on belly. Enjoy!
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 at Deep Roots Dance, it doesn’t take a genius to figure out we value the roots from which we all came. Nobody sprung fully formed from Zeus’ forehead (though I joke to my students all the time that I … Read More
Some dancerly friends had posted this to Facebook over the weekend and I just had to bump it up to the very next Mm Mm Monday. Love the costuming, the music, the choreography…it’s playful and skillful, my favorite combo! Enjoy! … Read More
I interrupt this regularly scheduled Mm Mm Monday to bring you my beloved students. They performed at Serpent’s Muse at Cues & Tattoos over the weekend, and I am a proud momma. They worked hard and climbed over stumbling blocks … Read More
Just in time for Finger Cymbals week! A video from Afsana helping you get your triples up to snuff, as well as an ingenious way to get you to start working with the “1” in your music! Reminds me of … Read More
Dahlia is a lovely local dancer here in Seattle. She is incredibly versatile, dancing both classical Oriental styles (as seen here), and also studying and teaching Hot Pot ITS. My favorite is when she goes old school on us, as … Read More