Dance Teachers - Overseas



Sydney, NSW

The Classes:

Styles Offered: Folkloric,Cabaret/Oriental

The Teacher:

Joined MEDANZ: 2015

            Updated: 22/01/2018



Montreal, Quebec

The Classes:

Philosophy: Siobhan believes in creating an enjoyable, supportive and stress-free environment to share her love of dance. Not only a lover of drills and always keen to improve technique, Siobhan also trains and travels regularly to improve her knowledge of the roots of this dance and loves to transmit this to her students.

Styles Offered: Egyptian, Contemporary Fusion

Availability: Evening classes in Montreal, Quebec and online.  Private classes. Workshops

The Teacher:

Started MED: 2010 Started Teaching: 2015 Joined MEDANZ: 2012

Training for Teaching: Honours in Exercise Prescription with focus on dance injury, Masters in Rehabilitation Sciences

Maintenance of Dance Training: 2017, 2016 (Details available on request)

            Updated: 8/11/2017

United Kingdom

Sahher (Carol Hunt)
with: Sahher Belly Dance

+44 7954 608 118
East London, United Kingdom

The Classes:

Philosophy: My philosophy is to have fun whilst learning. I aim to inspire ladies to embrace their own unique dance style, to feel good about themselves and grow within their own personal journeys whilst learning the art of Belly Dance.

Styles Offered: Mainly Egyptian, Cabaret, Folkloric, some fusion, some Gypsy.

Availability: Evening classes in New Lynn, West Auckland Area. Private classes. Workshops.

The Teacher:

Sahher embraced Belly Dance after her first class and the opportunity to perform in her first Teacher and Students show that year. Over the years she has attended many workshops, classes and festivals to build on her knowledge and develop as a dancer, and is a well known face amongst the Belly Dance Community. Sahher likes to support other dancers by attending their shows and workshops.

Started MED: 2005 Started Teaching: 2013 Joined MEDANZ: 2008

Maintenance of Dance Training: 2017, 2017, 2016 (Details available on request)

            Updated: 28/04/2017