Dina
Dina

Oriental dance is traditionally danced by women, which express their femininity by this art, their vitality, but also their feelings, joys and sorrows. There are several styles, depending on the country of origin, as well as multiple mergers including emerging tribal style. In general, this dance is characterized by the dissociation of body parts (insulation) which can move independently of one another. This art made ​​with both slow and jerky rhythms that fluids.

The practice of oriental dance, which comes from the Middle East, made ​​his entry into Europe and America in the cabarets in the mid 1930s and 1940s, which is from the sparkling two-piece suit embroidered with stones and glitter. Since then, and especially since the 1990s, this dance is experiencing a rapid expansion worldwide.

Contrary to what one might think, belly dancing is not limited to movements of the pelvis. Indeed, it seeks flexibility and tone the chest, shoulders, arms, hands, pelvis and abdomen. It helps tone the thighs to relax the joints well developed abs and maintain the back. Some movements require extreme flexibility further back but is essential in muscle contraction, so you can practice the dance at any age based limits each a dancer.