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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF IANA_DANCE
Average engagement rate on the posts is around 0.80%. The average number of likes per post is 560 and the average number of comments is 11.
22.73% of the followers that engaged with iana_dance regularly are from Canada, followed by Iran, Islamic Republic of Persian Gulf at 6.82% and Italy at 6.82%. In summary, the top 5 countries of iana_dance's posts engager are coming from Canada, Iran, Islamic Republic of Persian Gulf, Italy, Morocco, United States.
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GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR IANA_DANCE
AUDIENCE COUNTRIES OF IANA_DANCE
- Canada 22.73 %
- Iran, Islamic Republic of Persian Gulf 6.82 %
- Italy 6.82 %
- Morocco 4.55 %
- United States 4.55 %
NEW PODCAST EPISODE!!! 🎧🎧🎧⠀ #bellydancelifepodcast⠀ ⠀ @vadim.kolpakov is one of the most prominent and renowned Russian Roma 7-string guitarists in the world. 🎸Vadim graduated from the Roma performing arts school Gilori and studied guitar with his uncle Alexander Kolpakov. At the age of 15, Vadim began work at the Romen Gypsy Theatre, where he worked for 8 years and was the leading guitarist for 7 years. 🎶🎶🎶⠀ ⠀ In 2008, as a member of the Kolpakov Trio, Vadim went on the world tour "Sticky & Sweet" with Madonna. ✨✨✨ They performed in many European and South American countries, as well as in North America and Mexico, including venues such as Wembley stadium in London, Madison Square Garden in NYC and Maracana stadium in Rio de Janeiro. 🌎🌍🌏⠀ ⠀ In this episode you will learn about:⠀ ✅The history of the Russian Roma 7-string guitar⠀ ✅Vadim’s approach to the term ‘Gypsy’ vs ‘Romani’⠀ ✅Similar elements of the Romani dance and music across the world⠀ ✅The use of skirt in Russian Romani female dance⠀ ✅Touring with Madonna⠀ ⠀ Full episode is already available! Listen right now! 🎧Link in my bio👆👆👆⠀ ⠀ This episode is supported by @bellydanceevolution, and Iana Dance Club.⠀ Give some love to the podcast by posting ❤️ in comments below.⠀
Nobody needs a to-do list. Everyone needs a have-done list. 💪🤣🤣🤣 Agree?
Have you already listened to the latest podcast mini episode? 🤗 How to improvise without any panic. 😬💃💃💃 👉 Check link in my bio (choose Belly Dance Life Podcast there)🎧
Favourite Beauty Products that could be a cute gifts for belly dancers 😁👇👇👇⠀ ⠀ ❤️ @egyptianmagic : My favourite moisturizer! Inspired by Ancient Egyptian myths that recall the existence of a miraculous skin cream, mixed with some modern science and research 👉 it is true magic for the skin. Especially after a long weekend of belly dance shows and wearing heavy performance makeup...⠀ ⠀ ❤️Bledi Soap: Natural Black Moroccan Soap. This is the secret of all Egyptian hammams, so if you ever wondered what spells they use to make your skin so fresh and smooth, here it is! 🤗 You can find bledi soap on Amazon or other international online stores, but the best option is to buy it in Egypt because it's at least 5-6 times cheaper than what international retailers offer it for. 😉🤫Check Egyptian brand @nefertari_bodycare during your next trip to Cairo! ⠀ ⠀ ❤️Turmeric & Cranberry Face Mask: After trying this mask for the first time, I've realized that until that day I had no idea how face masks were supposed to work! 😳😳😳It makes the skin so soft and smooth and it gives a healthy refreshed look to the face, which is so important in our crazy artistic life. 😍Now I have trouble finding other good face masks, because everything is immediately compared to this one from @kiehls .🤣⠀ ⠀ What are you favourite beauty products that you can't imagine your life without? Share with me! Especially if they somehow related or inspired by Middle Eastern culture.👇👇👇⠀
FACTS ABOUT MY MAKE-UP PROCESS😝⠀ 👇👇👇⠀ ⠀⠀ 💠I always make funny faces 🤪⠀ 💠I always have the weirdest arm position while trying to put an eyeliner on my left eye 👀⠀ 💠I almost always choose a wrong shade of the lipstick first💋⠀ 💠I always have fun while editing these make-up videos and sharing them with you 🤗😘😘😘 ⠀ ⠀⠀ What are your funny/weird facts about your make-up process? I’m sure you have at least one! 😉🤓🤓🤓
What is My Inner Dancer? How is it different from other belly dance stores? 👇👇👇⠀ ⠀ It started as a simple idea💁♀️👉 what kind of belly dance related gifts I would like to see existing. 😂I was obsessed with the idea of creating our (now signature) mug with belly dance rhythms cheat sheet. I thought it was (and is) the most awesome item that is directly related to the belly dance but is not a jewelry, or costume, or training outfit! 😍😍😍 Something different and unique.⠀ ⠀ How big my surprise was that the most popular item of our store became a hoodie (originally designed simply as an experiment), lol! 😳 You never know how people will react, and that’s why it’s important to balance your personal preferences with the interest of your audience. 🤷♀️⠀ ⠀ @myinnerdancer was born out of love for belly dance and desire to create products that bring your inner dancer to everyday life. Now it has been transformed into a full fashion and lifestyle brand. 💗💗💗We have an awesome collection of training outfits, hoodies, mugs, notebooks, and even phone cases. But our main premise remains the same:⠀ ⠀ ✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨⠀ Inspired by Belly Dance. ⠀ Created for life.⠀ ✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨⠀ ⠀ Have you already seen the store? Check it out! 😍There is a link via my bio (select there My Inner Dancer). 👆👆👆And let me know what you think! 😘❤️⠀
What if your teacher doesn’t like her students to start teaching....⠀ ⠀⠀ This is a delicate topic, do you agree? Some dancers are lucky with supportive teachers who keep guiding them into the teaching world. But unfortunately not everyone is so lucky.⠀ ⠀⠀ Why doesn’t your teacher want you to start teaching?⠀ 👉 He/she thinks that you are not ready⠀ 👉 Personal insecurities and fear of competition⠀ 👉 Simple miscommunication between you and your teacher⠀ 👉 He/she has specific teaching policy at their school, and they don’t want to do any exceptions because it will be a bad example to other students⠀ ⠀⠀ How to solve this situation:⠀ ✅Be critical and objective: are you actually ready to teach? Would you like to have had such teacher as you when YOU WERE STARTING your dance journey?⠀ ✅Talk to your teacher, and ask her opinion if you are ready to teach. Ask what she thinks you need to improve. Be open and ready to hear about your weak points.⠀ ✅Talk to her former students who are teaching now. How did they solve this situation.⠀ ✅Always be respectful to your teacher regardless of her opinion about your potential future teaching.⠀ ✅Ask yourself what you really want. Are teaching activities so important to you? If that’s your dream, go for it. But also, don’t forget to figure out what aspects you need to improve and work on. Don’t just go blindly for it. Be the teacher of your own dream.⠀ ⠀⠀ Teachers! 👉 How was your transition into the teaching world? Did you have a support of your teacher?
NEW PODCAST EPISODE!!! 🎧🎧🎧⠀ #bellydancelifepodcast⠀ ⠀ Alex Marković holds a Ph.D. in Anthropology from the University of Illinois-Chicago. 👨🎓His general research interests involve music, dance, and ritual in the Balkans, ethnic identity and nationalism, the anthropology of performance, and ethnomusicology. Currently, Alex is co-instructor and performer with the Greek dance group “Ellas,” and a guest instructor with the Orpheus Hellenic Folklore Society of Chicago. 👯👯♀️He also offers public dance workshops and presentations on his research in dance and anthropology. He recently contributed a fascinating article to EEFC’s Forum Folkloristika:⠀“Beat That Drum! Exploring the Politics and Performance among Roma Brass Musicians in Vranje, Serbia.”📝⠀ ⠀ In this episode you will learn about:⠀ ✅What the Balkan region is⠀ ✅Historical connections between the Ottoman Empire and Balkans⠀ ✅Cultural practices vs national borders⠀ ✅Dances of the Black sea⠀ ✅The role of Romani culture in the Balkan region⠀ ⠀ Full episode is already available! Listen right now! 🎧Link in my bio👆👆👆⠀
All women are beautiful, when they are allowed to be. Most people are simply looking for permission to shine. ✨✨✨ (Sue Bryce)
PROFESSIONAL VS AMATEUR⠀ ⠀ What differentiates performance of a professional dancer from an amateur one? 🤔In my opinion there are two major qualities:⠀ ⠀ 1️⃣Emotional journey - professional dancer is able to capture the audience on a journey, hold their attention and evoke emotions, tell the story.⠀ ⠀ 2️⃣Technique becomes only secondary - and by that I mean that performance is put together not for the sake of showcasing the technique. 👉 Movements become only a tool for evoking emotions. Any fancy trick is performed not for the sake of the trick itself, but to tell the story on stage. 💁♀️In my opinion, it not only enhance the power of the show, but also showcases the maturity of dancer. ⠀ ⠀ What would you describe as the main quality what makes performance be truly professional? Share below in comments. I’m really curious to read your opinion. 👇👇👇
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