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Angela Noble - Tribe Zuza

 

Dancing has always been part of Angela’s life from her early years at ballet classes she went on to explore many forms before falling in love with Tribal Style belly dance. She has travelled extensively to pursue her passion, seek training, gain experience and broaden her knowledge of the dance. She has gained teacher certification in both ATS® (FCBD® style) and Gypsy Caravan Tribal Style Bellydance® and in July 2022 completed the FatChanceBellyDance® Technique for Teachers course.

Tribe Zuza is Angela’s business, set up in 2005, offering tuition, performance, holidays and costuming. She is currently teaching 11 regular weekly classes in the North East of England as well as at festivals across the UK and internationally. Tribe Zuza hosts the longest running UK Tribal event, Tribal Goddess, in its 13th successful year.

Her first job was as a Wardrobe Mistress in the Theatre, from there she went on to lecture in textiles. Costuming was certainly part of the attraction to the dance. The idea of a costume evolving appealed to her hunter gatherer nature, going out and searching for pieces and combining them to make something beautiful. Each element has its own story, inspiration, origins and evolution.

This wonderful improvised dance has become a huge part of her life and she hopes that through her teaching she can encourage others on their own dance journeys.

Serendipity Workshops

The Language of Love

Explore dancing from the heart, starting with exercises to open the heart centre. Using what we have connected with to inform our FCBD moves and concepts and how we perform them.
 

 

Sewing the Seeds of Love 

A slow hand stitching workshop with a lurve vibe, using the heart as our motif. Your embellished heart can become, a patch, a brooch, or a charm for your belt or bag. We will create with threads, fabrics, buttons and beads. (Don’t worry if you don’t have any, I will bring a selection from my stash!)
Sitting in circle to sew can be a meditative process, getting lost in the repeat
ing rhythm of the stitch. 

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