Embrace the magic of Autumn with dance! I am thrilled to be teaching a 8 week Fall series on Tuesday evenings at Znama Studio in Portland! This a BEYOND BASICS TRIBAL NOUVEAU SERIES which includes conditioning, drill combos and light choreography. We will be focusing primarily on Apsara Format improvisation, poise, clean and clear lines, nifty transitions, floorwork and zills! Over the course of this 8 week session, a lovely little community will grow, so I plan to celebrate with a student Hafla celebration at the end of the series!

WHEN: Tuesdays, 6:30 – 9PM,┬áSeptember 23rd, through October 28th


REGISTRATION: Drop in – $15 per class or 8 class series for $100. Send full series payment via paypal to to reserve your spot as class space is limited.

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NagaSita has been a dance devotee her whole life. Raised in Hawaii dancing Kahiko in the Hula Halau and Ballet recitals, she found her passion for bellydance in 2002, and has been solely focused on mastering her own unique style ever since. With many influences for her growth and understanding of refined movement, NagaSita’s signature fusion “Tribal Nouveau” combines elements of ATS (American Tribal Style) Egyptian Cabaret,┬áTunisian, and Turkish bellydance with subtle elements of Indian classical flavor. From simple to complex, NagaSita has an exceptional talent for breaking down and thoroughly explaining the bio mechanics of how the body initiates movement, and enjoys bringing a little bit of a history lesson into each class. She is the founder of Tribal Nouveau Bellydance troupe APSARA, Co-founder of Temple Tribal Dance Troupe AURACLE, choreographer for her student troupe LALITHA, and is excited to be joining forces with The Marissa Mission in the Fall of 2015. You can also catch her dancing with The Wanderlust Circus, and Stellamara as a solo performer. People who witness dances by the students under NagaSita’s tutelage always remark on their glowing stage presence and for lack of a better word “juju”.

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