Looking for dance classes in Belgrade? Try our fun bellydance classes with an expert instructor who is also fluent in English. The studio is located near Vukov spomenik and Zira hotel, conveniently near the centre with many transport possibilities (Stjepana Ljubiše 23 (google map)). Group classes are available at two levels: beginner and intermediate/advanced. Private classes are also available by appointment.

For information and registering contact Enisa by phone: +381 63 8860178 or
e-mail: enisadancer@gmail.com

Enisa’s Credentials:

  • Over 15 years of experience in oriental (belly) dance, teaching since 2003
  • Certified Instructor of Recreational Sports, Fitness Academy, Budapest
  • Movement-therapy course, Hungarian Alliance for Natural Medicine, Budapest
  • Published author in the field of dance, most prominently a comprehensive theoretical and practical guide to bellydance – first such book in Serbian language, published in 2010.
  • Teaching Reference: Regular classes in her own studio in Belgrade; Reflexology Studio „Csorba“, Budapest (teaching regular oriental dance classes); Instructor at „Shahnaz“ oriental dance workshop, Belgrade; private and small-group classes (ongoing)
Enisa Imamovic, bellydance instructor, author of book Art of Oriental Dance

Enisa's performance and studio videos

FAQ about Bellydance Classes

What to expect at a class
Generally classes consist of the following elements:
Warm-up: prepares your muscles and joints and gets you into mood for dancing.
Technique and drills: the teacher demonstrates the techniques and combinations and corrects the students when necessary.
Improvisation: an opportunity to combine creatively the techniques learned and/or just to get grooving and creative to some great music.
Cool-down: stretching, breathing; wrap-up the class.
When appropriate, there will be some conversation about the cultural aspects of oriental dance, its history, dance styles, Middle Eastern music or other related topic.

What to wear to class?
Whatever makes you feel comfortable (e.g. stretch pants or a comfortable skirt with a top). You will need a simple scarf or wrap around the hips. Since we dance barefoot, bring socks (or some really thin and flat-soled dance shoes) for warmth.

I’m out of shape/ I’m not so young/ I’m not that "exercise-type" / I can't dance/ I’m clumsy. Can I really learn this dance?
Yes, you can. Oriental dance is based on natural movements. This is an archetypical knowledge anyone can reach to. It is not so much about learning, as it is about making the body remember what it already knows.

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Register for bellydance classes in Belgrade at: 063/886-0178 or
e-mail: enisadancer@gmail.com

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