The Barefoot Gypsies

The Barefoot Gypsies
The Barefoot Gypsies
Telecommunication-LISMORE, NSW
Telecommunication-Lismore, NSW
Come and learn this earthy, feminine and colourful dance, connect with your body and with your fellow belly dancers! SUITABLE FOR ALL AGES AND BODY TYPES, NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY! Biography..
16 Carrington Lane level 3, Lismore, NSW, 2480.
16 Carrington Lane level 3, Lismore, NSW, 2480.
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Come and learn this earthy, feminine and colourful dance, connect with your body and with your fellow belly dancers! SUITABLE FOR ALL AGES AND BODY TYPES, NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY! Biography Danielle has been studying and performing American Tribal Style and Tribal Fusion intensively since 2005. She has studied with a range of international and national Master Teachers including Carolena Nericcio (founder and director of Fat Chance Belly Dance), Paulette Rees-Denis (Gypsy Caravan), Jill Parker (Foxglove Sweethearts), Rachel Brice (The Indigo), Heather Stants (Urban Tribal Dance Company), Deb Rubin, Elizabeth Strong, Devi Mamak (Ghawazi Caravan), Melusina (Underbelly Dance Company) and Jacqueline Peperkamp (Tribal Jewels Dance Company). She began her Tribal Belly Dance journey in student classes with Jacqueline Peperkamp, director and principal performer of Tribal Jewels Dance Company. She quickly made her way into the student performance troupe Gypsy Jewels and finally into the professional performance troupe Tribal Jewels. Relocating to Sydney she joined the Urban Qabila dance collective and performed with them and as a duo with Debra Napier as ''Las Musas''. Again relocating, this time to Melbourne, Danielle studied briefly with renowned belly dance performer Melusina. She is now proud to run her own classes in Lismore and Byron Bay, teach workshops and perform with her troupe The Barefoot Gypsies. Her teaching style is technique focused while emphasising the joy and connection shared by the dancers. Come along and find out what it''s all about
"Come and learn this earthy, feminine and colourful dance, connect with your body and with your fellow belly dancers! SUITABLE FOR ALL AGES AND BODY TYPES, NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY!
Biography
Danielle has been studying and performing American Tribal Style and Tribal Fusion intensively since 2005. She has studied with a range of international and national Master Teachers including Carolena Nericcio (founder and director of Fat Chance Belly Dance), Paulette Rees-Denis (Gypsy Caravan), Jill Parker (Foxglove Sweethearts), Rachel Brice (The Indigo), Heather Stants (Urban Tribal Dance Company), Deb Rubin, Elizabeth Strong, Devi Mamak (Ghawazi Caravan), Melusina (Underbelly Dance Company) and Jacqueline Peperkamp (Tribal Jewels Dance Company).

She began her Tribal Belly Dance journey in student classes with Jacqueline Peperkamp, director and principal performer of Tribal Jewels Dance Company. She quickly made her way into the student performance troupe Gypsy Jewels and finally into the professional performance troupe Tribal Jewels. 
Relocating to Sydney she joined the Urban Qabila dance collective and performed with them and as a duo with Debra Napier as 'Las Musas'.
Again relocating, this time to Melbourne, Danielle studied briefly with renowned belly dance performer Melusina.
She is now proud to run her own classes in Lismore and Byron Bay, teach workshops and perform with her troupe The Barefoot Gypsies.

Her teaching style is technique focused while emphasising the joy and connection shared by the dancers. Come along and find out what it's all about"

"Come and learn this earthy, feminine and colourful dance, connect with your body and with your fellow belly dancers! SUITABLE FOR ALL AGES AND BODY TYPES, NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY!
Biography
Danielle has been studying and performing American Tribal Style and Tribal Fusion intensively since 2005. She has studied with a range of international and national Master Teachers including Carolena Nericcio (founder and director of Fat Chance Belly Dance), Paulette Rees-Denis (Gypsy Caravan), Jill Parker (Foxglove Sweethearts), Rachel Brice (The Indigo), Heather Stants (Urban Tribal Dance Company), Deb Rubin, Elizabeth Strong, Devi Mamak (Ghawazi Caravan), Melusina (Underbelly Dance Company) and Jacqueline Peperkamp (Tribal Jewels Dance Company).

She began her Tribal Belly Dance journey in student classes with Jacqueline Peperkamp, director and principal performer of Tribal Jewels Dance Company. She quickly made her way into the student performance troupe Gypsy Jewels and finally into the professional performance troupe Tribal Jewels. 
Relocating to Sydney she joined the Urban Qabila dance collective and performed with them and as a duo with Debra Napier as 'Las Musas'.
Again relocating, this time to Melbourne, Danielle studied briefly with renowned belly dance performer Melusina.
She is now proud to run her own classes in Lismore and Byron Bay, teach workshops and perform with her troupe The Barefoot Gypsies.

Her teaching style is technique focused while emphasising the joy and connection shared by the dancers. Come along and find out what it's all about"

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