First time teaching in New York City, Victoria Teel will be offering six hours of her signature workshops!
Limited to only 20 students!
Single workshop – $65 until 8/31; $80 after
Both workshops – $115 until 8/31; $145 after
Registration opens April 19th at 12:00pm EST!
Fluidity and Flow
Saturday, September 23rd 10:00am-1:00pm
Learn how to transform your dance from 1-2-3-4 counts into a seamless combination of movements. Victoria explains how to combine your belly dance technique in order to create an endlessly flowing and exciting performance with six crucial concepts. In addition to studying these concepts, students will learn a choreography emphasizing the elements of fluidity.
The Teel Fan Method
Sunday, September 24th 10:00am-1:00pm
Victoria will introduce a new method and variation on the ancient Asian-influenced prop, flutter fan, in this workshop. Inspired by the breathless and elegance of Chinese silk, the Teel Fan method presents techniques & combinations used to create beautiful fan dancing. No prior experience with fan veil is required or necessary.
Needed for Class: Right Handed Short Flutter Fan or Standard Fan Veil
Victoria Teel is an award winning belly dance performer and instructor. Quickly growing a passion for the dance and culture, she soon worked with internationally acclaimed artists, directors, and producers. In 2010, Victoria was chosen along with 24 other dancers to participate in the worlds first ever belly dance reality show, Project Belly Dance. She placed among the top six contestants, earning her spot in the Final 6 instructional DVD released in March 2011.
Soon after Project Belly Dance, Victoria joined Miles Copeland’s Bellydance Superstars in Japan for the tour of Bombay Bellywood. She then was chosen along with four other Bellydance Superstars to participate in their newest tour, Club Bellydance. She is currently a member of the Bellydance Superstars and toured full time for three years.
Victoria is internationally recognized for her unique fluid dance style and effortless execution. Her instruction method focuses on flow and how to create a seamless piece of choreography for any style. She is also the creator of the Teel Fan Method, a dance technique using fans and fan veils incorporating influences from Asian dances.
Beginning in 2006, Victoria Teel has studied multiple dance styles including Egyptian, Turkish, American Cabaret, Egyptian Folklore, and Spanish fusion belly dance. She is currently full time student of Faten Salama, a renowned Egyptian Folklore dancer and choreographer.
Today, Victoria is based in Washington DC. She currently tours the nations teaching workshops and performing. She also works with the Bellydance Superstars as well as teaches and performs in the Washington DC area.