Urban Fusion Belly Dancing
starts February 27 | 6 week series

Come explore connection, support and trust through partner poses. This workshop will nourish both your practice and your heart.

In a fun and playful way, we will deepen yoga postures allowing you to heighten your awareness in the distribution of energy and strength, moving through your body in connection with another. Ending with a mini Thai massage that will send you on your way feeling full of light and love.

No partner required. All yoga levels are welcome. Children below the age of 16 are not advised to attend this workshop.

All Samatva workshops, events & programs are non refundable and non transferrable within 48 hours of session start date.

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mon february 27 @ 800pm | 6 week series

60 min class each week

DOWNTOWN | 397 Princess St, Kingston ON | 613 548 SOUL (6485)

Investment: $75

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Kala Seraphin
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Kala Seraphin
Artistic Director of Move Collective, Dancer, Teacher, Choreographer, Yoga Instructor http://www.kalaonfire.com

Kala is an eclectic dancer, starting her professional journey in 2008, in Seoul South Korea with the Oriental belly dance troupe, Navah; the Tribal troupe, Maha Devi, and the Romani troupe, Satarma. As part of Eshe's professional troupe, Sultana, Kala also participated in - and won - the 2012 Tokyo International Belly Dance competition. Kala’s love of dance evolved to Hip hop, studying at Expression Crew studios as well as many other movement based arts. She has performed regularly at festivals, including the Korean International Performance Arts Festival and fundraisers like Bras For a Cause, and has also performed in Eshe's Belly dance productions of the Garden of Eden, Cinderella and La mer. She regularly teaches workshops on an international level, including Belgium, Indonesia, Korea, England, U.S.A and India. Now living in Kingston, Ontario, Kala splits her time between teaching Hip hop, Belly Dance and a fusion of both. She is the former artistic director of the youth urban art group, Move Collective. Along with the city of Kingston, she has worked on the project ‘Arts on the Rise’, providing arts in lower income areas of the city and helping young people get in touch with their creative sides.


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