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Tribal Belly Dance Cardio and Combos
Ongoing Each Tuesday Beginning Tuesday, September 23, 2014.

Shimmy away those extra pounds and improve your muscle tone This class will break down folkloric tribal and fusion belly dance moves, then crank them up with drills and combinations. You'll have so much fun, you won't notice you're sweating Perfect paired with Lacy's tribal choreography and special topic sessions. No prior dance experience required. Single class for $15, 6 classes for $10 each, free with unlimited monthly pass.

Updates:http://www.facebook.com/pages/Amoora-Dance-Fitness/14619705879827
Times:8:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Where:Amoora Dance & Fitness
214 S. Main St.
Alpharetta GA 30022
Additional Info:Website: http://www.bellydancebylacy.com
Phone: 678-830-2188

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