Keep Fit Belly Dancing

Are you looking for an exercise that's more fun than working out at the gym? Belly dance moves can help you to get in shape. Belly dancing shapes, tightens and tones your body. Enhance your workout with these titles from our digital collections.

Review provided by OverDrive
The intention of this book is to inspire men & women to enhance their self-awareness, to overcome common health problems and improve their health and general wellbeing through the ancient art of the belly dance. It helps readers to understand how the body works, the root causes of illness and how by taking up belly dancing it will help to stimulate the body's healing process, restore and enhance their appearance, revitalize, rejuvenate and help to promote a longer life expectancy and independence in old age.

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Start with a healthy aerobic workout. Add the fun of dancing. Spice things up with exotic music, the twirl of silk, and the rhythmic clapping of finger cymbals. Top it off with a path to rediscovering one's feminine nature and creative spirit, and you have Belly Dancing for Fitness. Many women find belly dancing the most enjoyable way to get in shape while simultaneously getting in touch with their bodies and tapping their spirituality. Belly Dancing for Fitness shows how this alternative dance-exercise can be as easy and fulfilling as yoga. Belly dancing includes floor gymnastics, back bends, poses, and stretches. The book also outlines how to synchronize one's breathing and coordinate the mind and body. Drawing from her years of experience as a world-famous teacher and performer, the author discusses the history and culture of belly dancing. She then carefully leads the reader through each skill level of this increasingly popular exercise art form.

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