Become the dancer you’ve always dreamed of!
A groundbreaking collaboration between two international leaders of the bellydance sector, the Undeniables is a unique twelve month mentoring programme, aimed at helping dancers achieve their goals – whatever they might be.
Completely personalised to your needs, it begins with an in-depth one-to-one session to determine where you want to go in your dance life over the coming year and then a focussed, systematic and achievable plan is tailored to enable you to get there. Participants have included a wide variety of dancers at many levels, from those just stepping into solo performing, through to some of the best loved and most admired names on the UK bellydance scene.
Their goals range from creating a solo choreography to be proud of, taking first steps in a new dance style, becoming a more confident improviser, developing a varied dance set, learning new props, gaining Arts Council funding, right through to launching an international career.
Whatever your own personal goal, and where ever you are based – in the UK or beyond, throughout the twelve months you will receive regular, personal, direct coaching and mentoring, both in the studio and via Skype. We will help you set your short and long term goals, devise a detailed practice and development plan, update your plan on an regular basis as you develop and be there to encourage you, keep you motivated and keep you working towards your target.
We’ll develop your creativity, help you overcome your dance issues and build on your strengths, coach you on performance pieces, mentor you in your career, host regular ‘creative café’ sessions so you can share your journey with other dancers on the programme, host a private Facebook group, and be there for you through your challenges and your successes.
£100 (£1,200 in total) plus studio hire fees where applicable.
We know that many dancers are on a limited budget and we wanted to keep our programme affordable, so there is no deposit required, and fees are paid monthly. We just ask you to set up a standing order at the beginning of the programme… and to stick to it.