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Classes are held at Riverside Arts Center in Ypsilanti

The door will be locked once class begins, so please arrive a few minutes early. If you are late, please call your instructor to be let in (phone numbers are listed below)

Address and a link to a map are below


Wednesdays 4/22-6/17
9 weeks

6:00 - 7:00 Level 1 (Jen)
7:00 - 8:00 Level 2 - Drum Solo Choreo (Jen)

Riverside Arts Center
76 N. Huron St.,
Ypsilanti, MI 48197

Link to a map with parking options: Riverside Arts Center webpage

Private sessions available by appointment

Regular Class Costs:

$10 drop-in per lesson

$80 per session for one class (you get one lesson free!)

Special pricing is only valid with payment in full at first lesson. Please bring cash or a check to be made out to the teacher


To register for a class, send a message to
or just show up on the first day of class.

PLEASE NOTE: Classes will be held on the second floor. To gain access to the second floor, you must arrive at least 10 minutes before class starts so your teacher can let you in. If you are late, PLEASE call your teacher so she can send someone down to let you in.

Instructor contact information:
Jen (248) 342-7380
Mia (734) 552-1584
Barbara (734) 972-4670

We know that not everyone is at the same skill level, so at Unveiled you have the option of being in a class designed for your ability.

Belly Dance
Level 1: Class covers basic belly dance techniques, and an introduction to middle eastern rhythms, music, and dance history. This class must be taken prior to any other classes, unless approved by the instructor. A typical student will spend 1-3 sessions in the Beginner class.

Level 2: Includes technique and choreography. Props can also be used. While some students will spend 2-4 sessions at this level, 6-8 sessions is more typical. Performance opportunities are available

How do I know which class is right for me?
Pretty much, everyone should start with Level 1. Even if you have experience at another studio, or with another dance style, it is usually helpful to join the Level 1 class first. Different studios teach different techniques, and this will give you a chance to get used to things in a relaxed setting.

But I really think I should be in the Level 2 class.
If you feel strongly about this, go ahead and contact Mia and we can discuss it.