“As an advanced dancer it is so refreshing to study with someone who celebrates and nurtures my unique style rather than putting me into their cookie cutter or requiring I reshape my artistic vision to fit hers. Tatseena is a very liberating, supportive and encouraging teacher. I’m so glad I found her.”
Learn the ancient art of this inspiring dance form in a fun supportive environment. Bellydance is a low impact sensual workout that improves self-esteem, flexibility, vitality, fluidity, and strength. Technique, body control, combos, traveling steps, finger cymbals, veils are used in classes and provide a solid foundation of skills. Basic anatomy therapeutics are included to help rehab stress injuries as Tatseena’s has vast natural healing knowledge. Some cultural history along with popular styles are infused in the ongoing series too. Tatseena specializes in theatrical presentations, and provides performance opportunities throughout the year.
Drop in fee $20 one class, City Rec Centers fees 6 classes San Ramon $72, 8 classes San Leandro $96. breaks down to $12.per class, non resident fees are higher @ $15.per class in the series.
San Ramon, Mondays
classes are listed under the Adutls Section then under that the subcategory Performing Arts! San Ramon Senior Center 9300 Alcosta Blvd., San Ramon, CA 94583
6:00–7:00 pm Beginners/ Intermediate mix
7:00–8:00 pm Advanced props & troupe rehearsal
Sign up for class series online or new for drop in flex card.
San Leandro, Wednesdays
Marina Community Center, 15301 Wicks Blvd., San Leandro, CA 94579
6:45–8:00 pm Beginner/intermediate
8:00–9:15 pm advanced props & troupe rehearsal
www.sanleandrorec.org or sign up at the class location front desk before 7pm!
Pleasanton Bay Club
Thursdays lunch 12:15 studio 2 members only/ guest pass purchase mixed levels
Small group lessons and private coaching by appointment.
Send email: Tatseena2001@ yahoo.com
Tatseena’s 40+ years of dance and 35+ years of teaching expertise will enhance the nuance, strength, staging and polish of your artistic expression through dance.
“Tatseena supports each of her students in uncovering their talents, rather then teaching a specific form she teaches fundamentals that can be adapted to cultural preferences and improvisation. Among her students are people who have developed their own styles and become recognized as teachers and performers.” ~ Elise Sawyer
“Thank you, I love the dance! Most of all I love the friendship and wonderfully-colorful, caring people I have met in this troupe. They and you are great! Indulging in the class culture has become one of my foremost ways of expression and relaxation. I look forward to the rich way it makes me feel every time I learn something new, explore a new way to move, or make a new friend.”
~ Sue Muir