Learn Belly Dance and Fitness with Aliya Dalal!
*Now offering virtual classes and lessons in both Pilates and Belly Dance! Inquire for more information!
Aliya Dalal believes that dance and fitness are among the best forms of personal expression available, and therefore should be accessible to everyone. Aliya’s classes and workshops are fun, relaxed, and non-competitive, allowing participants to learn and grow their own pace in a safe, nurturing environment.
Aliya has been teaching both belly dance and mat Pilates since 2011 and has worked with a wide range of ages and backgrounds. She trained in classical Pilates methods with Power Pilates and currently holds her Advanced Pilates Instructor Certification from FiTour. She also holds her Group Fitness Instructor Certification through Athletic and Fitness Association of America (AFAA), and is a graduate of the Group Fitness Instructor Training (GFIT) Course at Yates Field House at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C.
Aliya is available to teach classes and workshops at a variety of settings and events, such as fitness centers, dance studios, wellness and healing centers, community centers, corporate retreats and parties, conferences, children’s camps or festivities, vacation activity packages, bachelorette parties, birthday parties, and many more. Online class options are also available.
All workshops and classes can be customized in topic and duration.
Currently, Aliya offers the following workshops and classes.
Improve your Belly Dance with mat Pilates: Cross-training for belly dancers
Introduction to Belly Dance for Beginners: Foundational Skills and Techniques
Introduction to American Tribal Style Belly Dance: Fun with Group Improvisation
Introduction to Vintage Orientale Belly Dance: American Cabaret Style
Belly Dance Choreography
Introduction to Hula and Tahitian Dance
“Jacinda [Aliya Dalal] is a wonderful teacher. She is extremely patient and explains everything very clearly. She knows a lot about the history and culture of belly-dancing and really makes it come alive. Although she is a beautiful dancer, she never made her students (some of us (me) were terrible!) feel bad or even self-conscious. Belly-dancing is an incredible workout and a lot of fun! Looking forward to doing it again!! ”