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Belly Dance also known as Raks Sharki is one of the most ancient and evolved forms of dance in the world. It burns approximately up to 300 calories per hour and stimulates the digestive system, thereby increasing the metabolism. The above Belly Dance Video is an introduction of the Belly Dance Movement.

The graceful hip drops, rolls, and pivots of this dance form utilize muscle groups in the abdomen, pelvis, trunk, spine and neck working with the body. Arms and shoulders are worked almost constantly in belly dance. They are used in a way that promotes strength, suppleness, and flexibility resulting in firm and shapely arms and shoulders.

Belly dancers also use their torsos much more than any other type of dancers and hence they exercise the back muscles evenly building strong back muscles that promotes good posture. It is a low-impact, weight-bearing exercise and is thus suitable for all ages, and is a good exercise for the prevention of osteoporosis in older people.

Many of the moves involve isolations, which improves flexibility of the torso. Belly dance moves are beneficial to the spine, as the full-body undulation moves both lengthen (decompress) and strengthen the entire column of both spinal and abdominal muscles in a gentle way. It is also a wonderful way to sculpt the body. We have corporate belly dance fitness programs for you.

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