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Gaby

I am a belly dancer for nearly 30 years and teaching for 27 years now.

In 1999 I opened my studio and started Tribal Style Belly Dance.

I am the founder and director of Neas Tribal, one of the first tribes in Germany and the tribe which exist the longest, now for 20 years. Neas Tribal really loves to perform at renaissance festivals and also at big oriental events.

Including all my love and passion I created my very own style - Neas Fundamentals.
In 2006 I created my own Tribal Fusion troupe Fusionea. Their Fusion Style based on Neas Fundamentals, the own style from Neas Tribal which includes old school ATS® and new influences as well. Since 2010 I am teaching this format as an intensive project around Europe to give more dancers a solid basis to start with Tribal Style Belly dance.
I am one of the first Instructors in Tribal Style Dance in Germany, travelling all over Europe and around the world.
I hosted several well known Instructors and Dancers from Tribal Style Belly Dance Art.
At Tribal Quest in Portland and Tribalfest in Sebastopol I performed and taught as the first German Tribal Dancer with some of my troupe members.

I am certified teacher from FCBD® and Sister Studio. I also have the Certifikation in SGI format from Kajira Djoumahna from Black Sheep Belly Dance.

In 2015 I formed a new troupe, called Sharineas tribes, they all are based in my own dance format Neas Fundamentals. Also in 2015 I build UNIQUA together with Fara la Sombra from Daphnees Clan and Nicole from Shir o Shakar.
In 2017 I created the format New Generation, which includes a lot of creative working on known and unknown moves, new combinations and several new formation ideas, all based on ATS®. So all in all I believe that I will never stop dancing because I love to share my dance with others and the fun resulting of it.

 

Cyndi

Cyndi Cyreigna Elliott, is the Director of Irie Tribal Dance Company®, Kansas’s Premier Fatchance Bellydance® Sister Studio and Advanced American Tribal Style Bellydance Instructor. With over 20 years of ATS® and Improvisational Bellydance experience, She travels nationally teaching at festivals such as ATS® Homecoming, 3rd Coast Tribal Fest, Bayou Belly Festival, and many others, sharing the Love of Tribal Bellydance! She is passionate about creating workshops and intensives that are based in Fundamental American Tribal Style® Bellydance as well as the training and technique that goes into movement and presentation needed for any Improvisational style. Cyndi shares her extensive knowledge for dance as well how to capture the pure joy, passion, and happiness in a style that is loved by so many. She is best known for her High Energy and Joyous ATS® Inspired Solos, that have been known to ignite audiences worldwide.

Together with her background in Orthopedic nursing and Fitness, she takes you through safe and effective ways to take your dance to the next level!

Carrie

Carrie Meyer, Photographer/The Dancers Eye, has had an interest in cameras and photography from a very young age, when her parents first allowed her to experiment with several of their cameras. She fondly remembers her first Kodak Instamatic, and the variety of fun shots she was able to capture with it.

Carrie began bellydancing in 2001. She sought to find a workout that would inspire her to keep the weight off, while not being tied to the gym. Little did she know at the time that this was just the beginning of a love affair with dance that has now spanned a decade for her. In this period of time, she has learned traditional Egyptian, ATS and Fusion, and has danced in groups that have featured all these styles. Carrie has actively danced in several St. Louis based performing groups for over a decade,

Regardless of the photographic subject matter, Carrie’s work shares certain commonalities. The clarity of the images represented, thoughtful composition, and the meaning of the moments in time that she captures characterize her work. The foundation of her work builds out from the strength and power of the basic images, and the personality, of her subjects. Having married her love of bellydance with her love of photography, Carrie offers her dancer subjects a unique opportunity to work with an artist who truly understands the dance, and how dancers want themselves to be portrayed.

 

Super Beth

Super Beth

Elizabeth "Super Beth" Fish is director of Tamarind Tribal Belly Dance in Milwaukee, WI. A founding member of the troupe, she is known for her high energy performance and instruction, her passion for student growth, and innovative group work.

Super Beth has studied with Carolena Nericcio, creator of ATS and Director of FatChanceBellyDance® (FCBD®) in San Francisco and was granted Sister Studio status in 2008. In addition, Super Beth is Initiation level certified in Rachel Brice 8 Elements and Key of Diamonds and Key of Spades certified in Zoe Jakes' Dancecraft format.
Super Beth was among the dancers and has steps featured on FatChanceBellyDance® (FCBD®) Volume 9 DVD Anatomy of a Step and featured on ATS® with Props” DVD with Terri Allred of Third Eye Tribal and Dawn Ruckert of Dayanisma. In addition, she has produced another DVD - Spirit of Seville Fan and Skirt Combinations for ATS® and developed the Tamarind Tribal Transformations® format their own unique, improv-based repetoire of tribal movements, group formations, and prop work.

Super Beth has been sought out to teach both domestically and abroad and is a certified Pilates and barre fitness instructor.

Experienced with over 200 live performance in a variety of styles of dance and instructor. Back from a European tour, Super Beth can't wait to share her knowledge with you!

Jocelyn "Sauce" Fait

Jocelyn "Sauce" Fait is the assistant director of Tamarind Tribal Belly Dance has loved dancing from a young age. Beginning as a classically trained dancer, her interest shifted to other dance forms as she entered college. Nine years ago she took her first belly dance class with Elizabeth "SuperBeth" Fish and has never looked back.

Jocelyn's dance background is varied and eclectic, which comes through in her improvisations, stylizations, and choreographies. "Sauce" is known for just that, sassy, complex contemporary combinations and dance conditioning, not for the faint of hear. She continues to study tribal fusion belly dance with Zoe Jakes, working towards becoming a certified Dancecraft dancer and teacher.

 
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