Beginner Bellydance Class:
New Class begins Thursday, January 19th 7pm-8pm, led by Ebony
New Students: Register yourself and a friend and you both get a $25.00 discount on your first 7 weeks of tuition!
Contact us at 486-3991 to register today & come get your shimmy on! $110/7 weeks + a $35 one time registration fee (applies to all students).
Special Promotion: Ohio State University faculty and staff can sign up for their first 7 weeks of belly Dance classes with a 20% tuition discount. (New students only)
Drop-In Bellydance Class: Have you always wanted to try bellydance but hesitated to sign up for a full class? Here's your chance to just drop in! Learn mainstream belly dance movements found on many DVDs and other sources taught by one of our instructors. Tuesday's 5:30pm-6:15pm Drop-In classes for $15 per class Habeeba's Students - only $5 per class! Open to dancers, non dancers & women of all ages!!! Groupon Coupons may be used for Drop-In classes only and the 10 classes may be used in the time period you like, they do not have to be used in 10 concurrent classes.
NON-BELLYDANCE Classes offered at Habeeba’s:
- Tai Chi with Paki Classes are available Monday’s from 6:30pm-8pm. $10 for Non-Habeeba Students and $8 for current Habeeba students. No reservation required and drop ins are welcome! Tai Chi classes are open to men & women! You may contact Paki at (614) 849-8403
- Japanese Martial Arts with Rick Tang on Saturday and Sunday 4-5:30pm
- Seminars, Workshops, and Events: One-time special classes are frequently on the agenda. Recent workshops included fan veil choreography, tribal bellydance, and Polynesian dance. Follow us on Facebook, check our site for updates or call/email us to see what’s next!
Questions? Please call 614-486-3991, email us, or visit the studio.
Visit a Class: You’re welcome to see a class in progress. (Be sure to introduce yourself to an instructor first.) You can see classes of various levels every hour Tuesday thru Thursday from 6:00-10:00 p.m.
Teaching Style: Each hour-long class is led by experienced, professional instructors, who will assist you and answer your questions. After learning the basics, you will begin to study actual choreography written by Habeeba, and performed by Habeeba’s dancers. Our style is informal, and the lesson plan varies according to the growing skills of the students in that particular class.
Our style is classical, traditional belly dance. You will learn to dance with veils, finger cymbals, also known as zills, tambourine, cane, fan veils, Isis wings, floor work, drum solos and much, much more. These techniques are not only great exercise, but a wonderful opportunity to meet new friends as well as get in touch with your sensual side!
You will not be rushed or badgered to learn quicker than your body will allow. Our comfortable atmosphere will encourage you to enjoy your lessons and your “time for you.”
Registration: Call, or visit the studio to pay a one-time, non-refundable registration fee of $35.00 to guarantee your place in the class. We accept cash, check, Visa, or MasterCard and Discover. You’ll fill out a registration form on your first visit.
Tuition: Tuition is due on or before the first day of class. If you are a new student and will be absent the first day of class, you must contact us in advance to prevent forfeiting your place in that class. Since classes are ongoing, you need only pay your tuition (in advance) every 7 weeks. There is no need to re-register and you may continue as long as you wish.
7-week tuition payment – $110.00
After your second 7-week tuition cycle you are considered a permanent member of Habeeba’s studio, and you are eligible to practice as often as you wish in other classes which are below your level — for free — as long as you remain in your regular class and your tuition is up to date. The longer you are enrolled as a student, the more exclusive the choreography and techniques you will learn, and the more fun you will have.
What to Wear:
- yoga pants, leggings, tights or leotards
- fitted t-shirts or tank tops
- dance shoes or socks
- dark colors (so teachers can ensure that you’re learning the movements properly)
What NOT to Wear:
- shorts, bicycle shorts, or sweat pants
- street shoes or bare feet
- bright colors (when you’re first starting out)