Our Mission

Our goal with this event is to bring dancers together who are open minded to discuss deep topics and obtain quality education in an intimate setting. We seek to create an event that provides dancers, small business owners, artists and teachers in the community together with a yearly event where they can feel at home and grow.

We desire to bring artists who have cultivated their own signature style and can help other dancers do the same.

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Take Advantage of Our Early Bird VIP Pass Pricing. Prices go up after May 1st! Don’t delay.

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Dive deep into conversation with our instructors and organizers about current issues and events.

Hafla & Dinner

Let’s re-connect and eat some yummy food at a local restaurant in Orlando after the Saturday workshops. Location TBA

Meet Your Instructors

Anais Fatale

Anais Fatale is the producer of River City Raqs, owner of Anais Belly Dance Studio and the creator of Shimmy Chic Fitness. She is the co-host of this event and is passionate about growing the dance community in Florida.

Nada El Masriya

Nada is highly sought after as an instructor and performer. Her foremost goal as a teacher of Egyptian Dance is to take her students beyond mechanical technique and to nurture their development into culturally fluent, artistically fluid dancers.


Jennifer is a world champion belly dance winner, author and designer based in Orlando, FL. She is also a co-host of the Orlando Bellydance Invasion and seeks to create events that open up deep conversation in a supportive setting.

Valerick Molinary

Valerick Molinary is an award-winning artist known for her unique and elegant style, which flows seamlessly while having that touch of sassiness resonant of her native Puerto Rico. She has taught and performed at international festivals across four continents. For over 15 years Valerick has dedicated herself to the in-depth study of Arab dances and folklore, traveling to study at diverse Arab countries such as Egypt, Lebanon and Morocco. She has a BA in Hispanic Studies and Comparative Literature, the influence of which can be seeing in her creative and poetic approach to choreography, dance teaching and production. Since 2015 she organizes the Lebanese Love Affair, an annual event in Miami dedicated to providing a platform for dancers to study directly from renowned and dedicated Arab dance artists, all in a big celebration of love for Raks Sharki and the countries that gave birth to it.


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