This course will provide an introduction to the movement styles and culture of Bellydance, as well as variations and elements to further develop these. The class will be fun, friendly and informal, allowing opportunities to engage in a different type of dance and fitness whilst emphasising social development. You will be able to learn a variety of new skills and experience the joys of Bellydance through different sequences and combinations, building up to a short choreography. The course is open to all, including those with little or no experience. The tutor will give different options for everyone to feel supported and challenged. Bellydance can help with muscular control, mobility, increased suppleness and so much more, all whilst providing a wonderful boost to your self esteem. Achievement on your course will be measured by whether you meet the following learning outcomes. At the start of the course you will have an opportunity to discuss these with your tutor and set your own personal targets, linked to the learning outcomes and future goals i.e. progression to an advanced-level course. Performance: For those interested in having the opportunity to perform, this summer term course will also help you to prepare for and take part in a performance event, alongside students from other dance genres and using the skills you'll have developed. Our annual showcase event, Dance Fusion, will take place on Friday, July 1st 2022 in the Emma Cons Hall at the Morley College Waterloo site.
|Qualification name||Non regulated Community Learning provision, Performing Arts|
|Awarding organisation||Generic award - no awarding body|
|Course type||Classroom based|
|Course start date||20th April 2023|
Please note, it may not be suited to women in the first months of pregnancy. Please consult your doctor if you are pregnant, have any serious health concerns or a history of injury and inform your tutor of any physical activity you have been advised to avoid
1. Show proficiency in the warm-up exercises designed to promote the specific physical strength and muscle development required to execute this dance safely and efficiently 2. Perform basic movements quarter time and/or half time with specific footwork patterns and timing 3. Perform short combinations in-class 4. Coordinate arm and hand movements to complement dancing 5. Option: prepare for Dance Fusion - Morley College Waterloo's annual dance performance showcase on
Mode of delivery: in-centre. In order to ensure you make the best possible progress on your course, you will have regular constructive and supportive feedback from your tutor. The tutor will also set assessment activities involving student exchange of ideas and student self-assessment for all students.
Please speak to yoour tutor regarding specialist wear recommended. Basic attire: comfortable cloting that is easy to move in.
The Morley College dance department provides an exciting and diverse range of term-time and short course dance study provision. Please speak to your tutor, pick up a prospectus, look at our website or call the dance department for more information.