Cannon Arts Announces Belly Dance Workshop

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Once again, Cannon Arts Dance Studio is offering a six-week Belly Dance Workshop conducted by Abby Brown.

Brown performs regularly at venues across Middle Tennessee with her troupe Umbra.

The Workshop will run on Wednesdays @ 6P.M. from February 16-through March  23.

No special clothing is required.

For more information contact 615 563-9122 or
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January 28, 2011 at 8:53am
I was able to observe some exotic ladies perform these dances a few times in Chicago and a couple locations far from here.

The most interesting part of the dance came (at least for me) when one attempted to gently insert a folded bill between the skin of the lower portion of that area (belly) and the fabric that covered that area.

Husbands should encourage their wives to enroll, especially if the wives have the necessary equipment that is needed for this delightful diversion.

January 28, 2011 at 1:07pm
Seems a bit of a sexist remark to me...

I'm sure women everywhere are flocking to your comment...
January 28, 2011 at 11:01pm
I'm a woman and I think dailyreader needs to get a dailylife. I totally agree sounds like a sexist remark to me!
January 29, 2011 at 6:34am
You all are probably correct but I was only one of the million of other GIs who found enjoyment watching these dancers and others including the famed Sally Rand.

When Hope would bring his show near the front and paraded a couple of shapely, scantily clad (much less clothing then these), lovely young women in front of hundreds and even thousands of us, we cheered, clapped, whistled and enjoyed as many sexist thoughts as one could have when far from home.

Seems to me the dancers always appreciated the bills even when my hand was shaking trying to deposit that bill and I know, having met some of the women in the Hope show afterward they enjoyed the attention and never expressed any dismay at our behavior while watching them.

But that was another time when all things were different. Nowadays someone wants to try to make something out of every comment and gesture made.
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