Belly Dance Instruction

Theresa is eager to share her experience and knowledge of belly dance with all levels of dancers.
Preregistration is required for all classes. Contact to get information about classes or joining her troupe. You can also phone or text Theresa at  816 510 2270.

Location of all classes:
Camelot Ballroom
6635 West 151st Street Overland Park, KS 66223


7:00pm  Troupe Class. Theresa’s Advancing and Professional Level Troupe class, Heartland Middle Eastern Dancers. The troupe performs at festivals, corporate events, fundraisers, parties, and much more.

***May Sunday classes open for registration!***
Start Bellydance 2-Class Series
Dates: May 5, & 19 Time: 3pm
Basic belly dance movements and technique. Facebook Event Page

Bellydance Routine Choreography 2-Class Series
Dates: Dates: May 5, & 19 Time: 4pm
Open to all levels of dancers.
Join Theresa to learn a fun Group Belly Dance Choreography Routine.  Performing is not a requirement for this class.  Facebook Event Page * If you’re interested in performing with Theresa’s Student Troupe at cultural events, this is a great class to check out.

Persian Routine Choreography Class Series
Dates: TBA
Any style of dance experience is needed.
Join Theresa to learn a beautiful Group Persian Dance

  • Start Belly Dancing

  • 3pm Sundays
  • May 19th
  • Beginner Belly Dance
  • Camelot Ballroom
  • 6635 W 151st ST Overland Park, KS
  • $10.00
  • Beginner Choreography

  • 4pm Sundays
  • May 5th & 19th
  • Bellydance Routine Choreography
  • Camelot Ballroom
  • 6635 W 151st ST Overland Park, KS
  • $20.00

Student Portal provides Theresa’s students with access to class handouts, choreography videos, and other tips:
Student Portal (password required.)
Current Students may contact Theresa for the password.

Private Lessons & Semi-Private Classes
Theresa is available to teach workshops on many topics. Technique, choreography, improvisational skills, dancing to live music, and more. Private and semi-private lessons are the fastest way to improve your dancing and allow for individualized attention.

Belly Dancing is Fun! Take a journey through time and culture with one of the oldest surviving dance forms originating from the ancient cultures of the orient to the mid-East. Belly dance began as a social dance enjoyed by both men and women at weddings, parties, and celebrations. From the social scene, it has evolved into the art form it is today, enjoyed throughout the world.

Belly Dancing is for Everyone! All ages, shapes and sizes have found a creative and expressive outlet through belly dance. It focuses on relaxed, natural isolation of different parts of the body with an emphasis on articulations of the torso and hips creating sensuous patterns with the entire body. Belly dance provides health and fitness benefits as well as a social outlet and is for everyone at every age. It is rooted in traditions which accept that a healthy body comes in a variety of types.

What to Wear:
 Comfy form fitting clothes that allow you to move and see movements. Yoga pants, leggings, form fitting tops. Showing your belly is optional. Theresa typically wears leggings and tank top. Dance shoes, socks, or bare feet is recommend. You are welcome to bring your belly dance hip scarves.