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Finally decided to take a belly dance class?  Good for you!  Read on as Hip Mix and other belly dancers share what you can expect in your first belly dance class.  No need to be nervous, Hip Mix is here to help sort the fact and fiction for you.

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“So you've found a good belly dance teacher, and you're armed and ready with a smile and a hip scarf, but suddenly have shaking hands as you head into the class. You might even wonder if you should go through with it or turn around and go home. A little bit of nervousness is to be expected; you are venturing into new territory.

Take a few deep breaths and don't worry if you are not a size two or don't have long, flowing locks, a.k.a. 'belly dancer hair'. Once you step into the class, you'll realize that belly dance draws a diverse group of interested students in all shapes, sizes, colors, and you may even find a man or two attending the class. Take comfort in the fact that most of the other new students will also be hesitant.

A commonly shared fear is that of exposing the belly. Many new students...”

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