Mirrors are daunting for new students, but the importance of practical feedback from belly dance movements is critical and many of us will mount mirrors in our living quarters as a necessity to facilitate practice and rehearsal sessions. use mirrors that we can find in the bathroom, in the bedroom or with luck in the living room. In addition to the lack of mirrors, there is space to move our arms and make traveling soil patterns
Mirror Attempts at the Beginning:
1. Small mirrors on the walls help facial expressions.
2. Medium sized mirrors make it easy to move your shoulders and chest.
3. Full-length portable mirrors help to see the entire body but little help for arm movements
A mirror that I found most helpful was the removal of the body. a dressed mirror leaning against a stable wall. This mirror allowed to see the total width of the head to the feet and arms. Displacement movements were difficult to see
Types of Mirrors:
Mirror surfaces are available in glass, acrylic and polyester and are priced between free and very expensive. The various applications are useful for temporary and permanent installation.
Caution: Tenants should check with homeowners for permanent applications and homeowners should carefully consider the advantages and disadvantages of glue adhesives. Some can destroy the walls when the mirrors are removed.
1. Mounted on the walls
2. Installed in Portable Frames,
3. Portable construction moved on rollers,
4. Foldable varieties
1. Mirror retailers specialize in home gyms, fitness or dance applications.
2. Retailers who sell their inventory in case of bankruptcy
3. Owners who sell or distribute large mirrors because they do not know how to dispose of them safely
4. Exchanges, Flea Markets, Garage and Garage Sales
The second most important article for students is their practice space. And this can be a bonus in a house or apartment.
1. Moving furniture against a wall to open the floor space is common. Some students will buy 12 x 12 square mirrors that can be mounted on the wall. These mirrors provide the reflection you need and will also add to the decor of the room when it is not used.
2. You can consider adding a small dance studio to your home or transforming a bedroom, an attic, a closet, an office or a basement into a studio
3. Convert a section of the garage into a private dance hall.
Students who can solve mirror and space problems will improve their workout and rehearsal sessions. Practicing with these fixes will be more enjoyable and beneficial.