Lessons Oriental dance

With a clear and structured pedagogy, Eve invites you to discover another way to use the body, another culture and a fascinating musical world.

Collective lessons Brussels and Nivelles

Schedule September 2023 > June 2024

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Monday 18:30-19:30

Flexibility Yoga Seniors
Resumption 18/09

Ecole P15 (Anderlecht)

Thursday 18:45-19:45

Oriental Dance lev I to II
Resumption 07/09

Espace Santé (Nivelles)

Thursday 19:45-20:45

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Espace Santé (Nivelles)

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Private lessons / Coaching

Private lessons are perfect for tailor-made, flexible and in-depth work


- Individual or group lessons by appointment
- Tailor-made courses for associations, companies, special events
- Beginner to advanced level


- Traditional Oriental dance, saaidi, baladi, Turkish Gypsy dance, Moroccan Chaabi
- Fundamentals of movment, work on a specific movement - Help to overcome the obstacles (through posture and coaching, method of work),
- Creation/correction of a choreography
- Eurythmics (Dalcroze-based method), Oriental rhythms, zills

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La danse ne s'imite pas, elle s'initie de l'intérieur, et lorsqu'on copie la forme dans son apparence, on reste ignorant du suc qui la sous-tend.
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Private lessons
Private lessons Oriental dance

A novel approach

Thanks to light-hearted exercises, students learn to use the body’s fundamental mechanisms (spiral patterns, balance) in conjunction with the laws of physics (gravity, centrifugal and centripetal forces).

This constitutes the essence of all Oriental dances but also african or afro-latin dances. It is the key to achieving fluidity, presence, the saving of energy, improvisation, memory and the sense of rhythm. Without it, there is only "technique" and the dance is becoming westernised.

Moving from the western way (mental/muscular) to the eastern way (energetic), learning to "not do", requires careful work and is a unique experience.


Since 2001, Eve teaches in a variety of structures and for a variety of audiences : dance schools like K-Danse, Mandorla Ballet School and Académie Yantra (Brussels), Mouvement! Ecole des Arts et du Spectacle (Waterloo), private sport centres like Aspria/La Rasante and Royal Léopold Club (Brussels), cultural centres like De Westrand (Dilbeek), "Al Andalous" (Brussels, 2006), partnerships with communes like Anderlecht or Saint-Gilles, public events like the International Women's day, Fête de la musique in Belgium and so on.

She also organizes her own projects like dance workshops with musicians (Angham) or invited dancers (Karavan Festival). See Projects