EVENTS!

EVENTS!

Hey Everyone! Reset Studio is having an Opening Party tomorrow from 3-7pm!  Come see amazing acrobatic acts, burlesque and of course House of Inanna performing at 3:45!  After the performances, there will be a DJ spinning music live and a band!  Come join us – it’ll be fun.  The Facebook link above has all the…

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Proptober is almost here!

Proptober is almost here!

Get ready to have your swords (and more) at hand in a couple weeks.  We’ve almost reached  Proptober — we’ll be offering a sampler of belly dance props including swords, veils, and canes, used in a Tribal/Group way with dance moves that you are familiar with, plus some extra moves that especially showcase the prop!…

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Dance of the Taras at Tribal Fest 2014

Dance of the Taras at Tribal Fest 2014

In this performance House of Inanna honors a rare and beautiful occurrence — a Female Bodhisattva — by dancing her story: a lost soul who becomes a Tara, an an enlightened one, through breaking through her suffering and finding compassion for herself and others. Gratitude and thanks to Carolena Nericcio, Fat Chance Belly Dance, and…

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New Class Location!

New Class Location!

2016-07-22 edit: Reset Studio is unfortunately closing its doors, so we no longer dance there. Here’s the information on our current dance studio — we look forward to seeing you there! ——————– We’re so excited, here at House of Inanna, to announce classes at a new studio! We’re dancing both Mondays and Saturdays at: Reset…

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Open Heart/OM Yoga classes

Open Heart/OM Yoga classes

I love doing and sharing yoga! Yoga and belly dance are great compliments for each other: both use movements anyone can do (sometimes with modifications) to strengthen the body while also deepening the spirit. The posture is very similar in both, and this concentration on good posture allows energy channels to open and flow within…

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Descent of Inanna: Journey to the Underworld

Descent of Inanna: Journey to the Underworld

This ritual interpretation of the Descent of Inanna was performed at Tribal Fest 2011. Due to the nine-minute limit on stage time we reduced the traditional number of gates from seven to three, and we concluded not quite stripped bare, but wearing simple, unadorned shifts to symbolize the lack of any of the trappings of…

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