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Tips on finding a good Venue for Teaching Belly Dance
If you are looking to lead a belly dancing club or gathering, then the most important thing you need is a venue. Traditionally town halls, social clubs and health centres all rent out rooms to dance classes and clubs, so that is a good place to /br /Almost all of these venues will charge some sort of rental fee for your use of the room, but premium sports clubs are no doubt going to charge the a href=""img style="MARGIN: 12px 10px 10px 12px; WIDTH: 167px; FLOAT: left; HEIGHT: 200px; CURSOR: hand" id="BLOGGER_PHOTO_ID_5604768174363898978" border="0" alt="Dance venues" src="" //amost, however some may be willing to do some sort of deal where if you book in advance for a a href=""/aset number of weeks, they will offer a discount. Of course, this is all dependant on the club and isn't true for every sport /br /Church halls and social clubs are also good, essentially anywhere with a large amount of room where you can spread your pupils out for the a href=""dance classes and lessons/a. Most of these venues will have wooden floors which can be easily swept in order to be kept clean, and are easy to dance and train /br /Alternatively, you can use the internet to see where other dance classes in your area go to train. Major cities such as a href="" target="_blank"London/a, Manchester and Birmingham all have a number of dance centres that are routinely rented out by assorted clubs for competitions and classes. If you are unable to find a venue for yourself, sharing one with other classes is also an option. It is also a good bet that they will have facilities that will also be useful for your dance class, such as toilets and a kitchen.div class="blogger-post-footer"img width='1' height='1' src='' alt='' //divimg src="" height="1" width="1"/ More...
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