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Classes are still primarily online, but there are now two in person options at this time!
FOR ONLINE CLASSES:
Live streaming on Zoom with Recordings available.
On Demand Classes coming soon too.
Not sure about Online Classes? Click here for a “How-To” video to help you feel more comfortable and prepared for online classes
FOR IN PERSON CLASSES:
Two class offerings at the MPCC (Mount Pleasant Community Centre) on Mondays
These are in-person only, with no recordings or digital options at this time.
Registration lInks on the Bellydance Classes Page. Or call the MPCC 1-604-257-3080 (ext.1)
FOR ALL CLASSES:
All times are in PST (West Coast Time)
All prices are all in CAD and include tax
NOTE: New students to Rahel will have to watch 90 min of mandatory material on posture, alignment, bellydance history and cultural context.
This material costs a one-time $10 fee and provides lifetimes access, plus bonus resources.
This material can be purchased HERE and then accessed HERE
To Rahel, being an ethical and respectful ambassador and guest to this dance form is of the the utmost importance. Part of Rahel’s mission as a teacher is to respectfully represent this dance form, educate others on issues of cultural appropriation, Orientalism, patriarchy and colonialism, and to do her part to fight against racism and bigotry within and outside the dance community.
Rahel stands for inclusion, equality, body positivity, love and kindness. Rahel priorities the health and safety of her students, and puts a strong emphasis on technique and anatomical alignment in addition to cultural representation and authenticity. Rahel wants everyone to feel welcome, to feel worthy and to feel accepted, safe, and seen. To Rahel, you are family.
Bigotry, discrimination, homophobia, transphobia, colourism, sexism, body shaming, slut shaming etc will NOT be tolerated.
All bodies are good bodies and everyone deserves equal rights and respect