The Complete A-Z Bellydance Teacher Training Course in the brand NEW methodology by Keti Sharif, is a fully guided year-long online study course to build your teaching skills to support your dance development. Learn how to use Somatics, discover 120 x core movement basics, and learn how to integrate 52 x sequences (structural matrices) with A-Z Original and Advanced. Step-by-step training and BRAND NEW seminars feature 100% live Egyptian music and percussion, with A-Z Bellydance digital music cds recorded in Cairo.
Cost is $1320 USD.
Year long training includes 5 x new Courses and digital materials, delivered fortnightly with group mentoring. The course series consists of 26 Modules with two weeks to complete each module. There are 23 delivery dates as master classes are delivered with exams. There are 3 x Master Classes, to consolidate the Original, Advanced and Teacher Training courses.
Quick guide to the 2020 Fortnightly Course delivery dates:
Jan 6, 20
Feb 3, 17
Mar 2, 16, 30
Apr 13, 27
May 11, 25
Jun - off
Jul 6, 20
Aug 3, 17, 31
Sep 14, 28
Oct 12, 26
Nov 9, 23
Dec 7 completed
2 solid hours a week is the ideal time investment required to successfully complete the course.
*Delivered in ENGLISH. Options available with Chinese and Arabic Translation (ebooks and video seminars) plus mentoring with our international teachers.
Also, welcome Sam Nas Nascimento, our resident percussionist for 2020! We look forward to sharing a whole NEW array of rhythms and upbeat sequences with you in 2020.
Keti’s Somatic and musical approach to bellydance encourages mindful movement and creativity, whist preserving cultural integrity. Her teachings inform and enrich the dancer’s practice, improving musicality, skills and confidence, with helpful ways to access innate body wisdom for artistry and wellbeing. Originally from Australia, Keti developed A-Z Bellydance in Egypt, where she lived for many years, organising live music and cultural events. The methodology is currently taught in 40 countries, and references her Somatics training in the USA at UNCG, Springfield College, MA and the Laban-Bartenieff Institute in New York.