Tarifa Salem Eastern Dance Arts Studio opened on June 1st, 2013. We offer a wide array of classes including Belly Dance, Yoga, Bollywood, Afro-fusion, Ballet, Jazz, Core Strength and Morning Fit 4 Active Seniors. Students may purchase packages from individual instructors, sign up for session classes or come in as a walk-in student. The monthly unlimited package which is only $110 may be applied to any class taught by Tarifa for the entire month with the exception of private classes and Sunday Master Classes/Workshops. You will however be eligible for discounted rates on various activites. We are thrilled to welcome all of our new students and hope that each and everyone of you will discover classes that you can develop and grow in as a dance student, artist or fitness guru. The studio is located at615 25th St. West Palm Beach, Fl. 33407
* To schedule private or semi-private sessions, or commission choreography, contact Tarifa via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Tarifa has a BS degree in Health & Physical Education with a Dance emphasis from West Chester University and a MA Degree in Dance Education from NYU. She is a certified personal trainer and has certification in SilverSneakers MSROM, SilverSneakers Cardio Circuit and SilverSneakers Yoga/Stretch. Tarifa completes requirements to maintain current certification in Adult, Child, Infant CPR/AED as mandated. Dance classes taught by Tarifa address all of the components of fitness, therefore students should have their physicians approval before enrolling. All students must sign a waiver upon registration or may not participate.
February 23rd 1 – 4 pm: Myriam Eli in “Turkish Delight”
In this Turkish 9/8 dance workshop, students will learn movements from American Cabaret Karsilama as well as Romany styles. Students should bring a full skirt.
March 16th 1 – 4 pm: Tamalyn Dallal in “Dancing through the Ages”
Tamalyn will take you on a journey through music and dance of the modern times; beginning in the roaring 20′s, she will guide you through the eras. We will pause to focus on the 70′s- 80′s..an era she calls “The Hey Day”. This was a time of empowered women in the dance. We will learn how they walked, why they were so proud, and dance in the foot steps of Nagwa Fouad, Souhair Zaki, Fifi Abdou and Azza Sherif.