Belly Dance

Belly dance has a very beneficial effect on the female body. Tones the muscles in the “women’s areas”, where improper posture in everyday life and long hours spent in the office have a negative impact. Over time, certain muscle groups relax and excess fat builds up in the thighs, hips and waist. Fortunately, belly dancing can help your body rediscover these lost muscles by toning your abdomen, legs, lower back, and your arms. Belly Dance is a very pleasant form of aerobic training, which increases the production of endorphins in the body and significantly increases the mood of its practitioners. Belly Dance helps build and strengthen the musculoskeletal system. It strengthens bones and joints and helps prevent osteoporosis, as during the dance the body weight moves from foot to foot – a movement that requires the participation of a number of different bones and joints. “Belly dancing” is a form of low-intensity exercise that activates the muscles in the areas of the pelvis, spine and abdomen and works with the body, not against it.

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