Egyptian Dance


Special Offer Edinburgh

Reduced Price if you book for the 14th and 15th  Sept 19 ~£72

Please call Anne on 0131 553 2770

Dance Workshops

Four weekend workshops in Edinburgh in 2019

March 9/10th 2019

May 4/5 2019

Sept 14/15 2019

Nov 23/24 2019

Bookings: 0131 553 2770 email:
Reduction if you book for the whole weekend: £72

Saturday 14th September 2019

Flow Turns Arms
Classical Oriental

General level
1-3.30pm £26

All levels start together with warm-up, basic technique, improving mobility and strengthening our core muscles. We will look at the underlying technique to improve flowing through space with more confidence, improving how we turn and practice expansive and elegant arm moves.

Intermediate/Advanced level
1-5.30pm £45

We will build on the basic material and learn some advanced hip and arm moves to add to our repertoire. Using a combination of short dance phrases and the art of improvisation we will develop a complete dance piece to inspiring pieces of music from some of the great classical composers.

Sunday 15th Sept 2019

Fire and Earth
The Vitality and Ease of Ghawazee Dance

Intermediate/advanced level
1-5pm £40

This workshop will build on the March workshop. But don’t worry if you did not attend. There will be some revision. Be inspired by the Ghawazee, their exuberance and easy communication with each other! Using basic technique we will learn to dance in duos and trios and create patterns through space. As we progress we will add more advanced advanced hip and arm moves to our repertoire. Using a combination of choreography and improvisation we will develop a complete dance piece to an inspiring piece of music. Dancing like this is great joy!


Granton Parish Church Hall, 55 Boswall Parkway (corner of Wardieburn Drive)

REDUCED PRICE if you book for Sat/Sun: £72
Booking: Please ring Anne on 0131 553 2770 or Email

Special Offer London

Classical Egyptian Dance 2nd November 2019 Central London

Reduced Price of £85 payable by the 30th September 2019



Classical Egyptian Dance

for Advanced dancers, teachers and performers

Come away feeling more elegant and expressive!
Allow your body to sing!
Become one with the music.

A Holistic Approach

Rather than just thinking of the dance moving from one separate step and position to the next you will find the flow from the soles of your feet through your whole spine into the head and arms, the flow from one move to the next. You will find the confidence in how to navigate yourself through space, creating graceful curved lines punctuated by expressive hips, chest and arms. Your dance will look more elegant and effortless.

And of course we will add our own contemporary take on use of space, choreography and dramatic expression.

Individual Attention

Limited student numbers and the presence of two teachers allows for individual attention. The atmosphere is warm and non-competitive and each dancer is supported in her unique development. Non-intrusive hands-on using the Alexander Technique Principles of alignment are given as needed. We are always open to respond to your needs.

Classical Egyptian Dance

with Juliana Brustik & Judy Hammond

for Advanced dancers, teachers and performers

Date:  2nd November 2019

Time: 1-7pm


Chisenhale Dance Space,
64-84 Chisenhale Rd,
London E3 5QZ

Cost: £105

Early bird reduction: £85 (payable by 30th Sept) If you are not able to pay the whole early bird amount by this date we can come to some arrangement

Booking Inquires

077808 22843

Team Work

Juliana Brusitk and Judy Hammond have been teaching and performing Egyptian dance (classical and folkloric styles) for over two decades. Working for over 20 years as a team combining their skills and experience Juliana and Judy have created a unique way of deepening the dancer’s understanding of how to use themselves more effectively and safely to allow for a more expressive dance.

Their combined body of knowledge includes Alexander Technique, the Feldenkrais Method, Tai Chi, classical Ballet, contemporary dance, Pilates and more. Their way of working addresses the underlying elements of this dance:

Floating spine and arms
Poised head
Expansive use of space and direction
Intricate interplay of arms, hips and spine

Refreshments during the day

There is a spacious kitchen with a sitting area where you can hang out during the breaks. Teas, coffee, biscuits and fruit are provided.

Accommodation: some London students might be able to offer a bed/room for a very low cost. Please contact us if you are able to offer a bed or if you need a bed!