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Traditional Chinese Dance

| Studio 2
Classical Chinese dance is rooted in five millennia of Chinese civilization. Its origins go back to dances in ancient imperial palaces. Classical Chinese dance training includes three main components – technical skill, form and bearing. The workshop will introduce basic Form and Bearing. "Form" includes Chinese unique movements and postures. "Bearing" or in Chinese “Shen Yun” is the inner feeling behind each movement deeply connected to the dancer’s breathing.
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Location: Studio 2

Price: $15.00     $10.00 dance umbrella students

Selina Zhao
Instructor
Selina was born in Beijing, China. She is a former dancer and taught Traditional Chinese dance at Beijing Ailian Dancing School. She trained with a legendary dancer-choreographer Chen Ailian and other fine teachers in China. She now lives in Charlottetown working for a new clean tech company but has always been passionate about dancing.
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