What will happen when you combine belly dance, core training, mindfulness practices and yoga into a class? At the end of the day, you can expect to dance better, be healthier, be stronger, be more at ease and be more positive. This is the promise that we are bringing to you. Don’t just take our word for it, look at the research that has been done on this practices.
“better stress regulation, as measured by a faster decrease in levels of the stress hormone cortisol following a stressful laboratory task.”
“A University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill study demonstrated a correlation between mindfulness practice in couples and an enhanced relationship.”
“The meditation significantly affected the positive values they attributed to those strangers, demonstrating a relationship between loving-kindness meditation and social connectedness.”
“Other studies also suggest that practicing yoga (as well as other forms of regular exercise) might improve quality of life; reduce stress; lower heart rate and blood pressure; help relieve anxiety, depression, and insomnia; and improve overall physical fitness, strength, and flexibility.”
|On Belly Dance³
“Researchers found that belly dancers had the most positive body image. Several participants said the exercise helped them to appreciate their own “unique beauty and sensuality.” Some said it was a part of their spirituality. “It allows women a rare, safe, and creative opportunity for exploring and expressing their sensual and sexual selves,” Tiggermann said.”
““Belly dancing is an activity associated with positive body image, because participants tend to focus less on their external appearance, and more on the experience and what they are able to do with their bodies,” Tiggermann said.”
|On Core Strengthening⁴
“No matter where motion starts, it ripples upward and downward to adjoining links of the chain. Thus, weak or inflexible core muscles can impair how well your arms and legs function. And that saps power from many of the moves you make. Properly building up your core cranks up the power. A strong core also enhances balance and stability. Thus, it can help prevent falls and injuries during sports or other activities. In fact, a strong, flexible core underpins almost everything you do.”
By combining these 4 amazing practices, belly dance, yoga, mindfulness and core training, we have faith that we are serving you a large scoop of benefits into your life.
Our price is set as such because we firmly believe in the real world functionality and positivity it could impart into your lives, so we are asking for a reasonable value exchange. We are dedicated to provide you with quality value and not interested in the price slash war. We rather commit our time to hone our skills and be up to date with new and valuable industry practices. Besides, we are already working hard to provide you with useful free resources in our blog.
We understand, this is a new form of classes and you are not sure whether you will be interested in it. That’s why we are having special rates in June: only $15/class.
And that’s not all.
If after the trial classes, you are still on the fence about the benefits of our classes, our 100 percent money guarantee will give you assurance. We have so much faith in our classes that we are providing you with a 100 percent money back guarantee, no questions asked. Should you not feel any positive transformation after completing your 6 or 10 classes pass, we will give you your money back. We are making this refund as easy as when you sign up for the package.
There is no refund policy with tiny wordings, hard to find button to file for your money back guarantee claim. Just send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and our founder will personally revert to you. We want you to trust us. At the same time, we want you to know that we trust you to not exploit this system. That is why we are confident in offering this money back guarantee system.
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¹Greg Flaxman and Lisa Flook, Ph.D. Brief Summary of Mindfulness Research. UCLA Mindfulness Awareness Research Center.
² May 2008. Yoga for Health. National Institute of Health.
³Belly Dance Your Way To A More Positive Body Image. Medical Daily.
⁴ 19 November 2014. The real-world benefits of strengthening your core. Harvard Health Publications.