...the foam roller! I have heard about foam rollers for years; one of those things you hear and say is a good idea and then forget all about it. To be honest, I was always overwhelmed and had different priorities whenever I thought about sifting through the information available on foam rollers. I also was not looking for a workout. I have recently fallen totally in love with these things and cannot share about them enough.
Welcome to part one of my tips and tricks for practicing belly dance blog series. I was trying to squeeze in some personal practice this morning before the dawn (the struggle is real) and I started laughing because I realized I was using my own shadow to guide my practice. Viola! The inspiration for this particular post was born: How to practice belly dance without a mirror...
This image shows how I feel about being done with remodeling my belly dancing website. As is the case with many belly dancers, I have had to become jacks of all trades when running my business; spending $3,000+ on having someone design and build website just isn’t an option, though how I wish it was. To be honest, I think I am too much of a branding control freak to let someone else do it anyway. So after surviving what is the fourth full reincarnation of my website in as many years, I decided to share some survival tips when it comes to creating or redoing your own website.
You don’t have to be a Long Island belly dancer to feel the stress of trying to put together a dance event or halfa. I have spoken to quite a few organizers that feel like it is becoming harder and harder to host events or maintain attendance. I decided to put together a quick list of some things I have experienced, or heard from others, that you may want to take into consideration when planning your show or event.