Belly Dance originally called as "danse du ventre" by the French, is a dance form originated from the Middle eastern countries. The term "Belly Dance" is probably coined because of the intense moment in the abdominal region by the performer. Belly Dance is called as Raqs Sharqi in the middle eastern countries.
Belly dancing is natural to a woman's bone and muscle structure with movements emanating from the torso rather than in the legs and feet. The dance often focuses upon isolating different parts of the body, moving them independently in sensuous patterns, weaving together the entire feminine form. Belly dancing is generally performed barefoot, thought by many to emphasize the intimate physical connection between the dancer, her expression, and Mother Earth.
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