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Shimmy Mob - 2020

WHAT IS SHIMMY MOB? Shimmy Mob is a "flash mob" type event. It is the largest bellydance event of its kind by the total geographical territory covered in one day. Creating awareness to end domestic violence and support victims of abuse around the world.

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Shimmy Mob - 2020

Time & Location

Sep 12, 2020, 12:00 PM – 7:00 PM

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About The Event

"I am ecstatic to announce I will be the team leader to West Michigan's Shimmy Mob 2020 event hosted by Shimmy USA. Shimmy Mob is an annual event to bring awareness to and end domestic violence. It is a bellydance “flash mob” that happens on the second Saturday of May consisting of dancers from all over the world to perform the same choreography to the same music while wearing the same “shimmy Mob” t-shirts. To participate you must register through and order the Shimmy Mob t-shirt. Register for Grand Rapids and look for my name as the team leader if you want to be a part of my group. The website is packed full of information and that is where you will learn the choreography. There will be a couple of rehearsal dates TBA at Shimmy USA/Ambrosia Theater before the performance. You can pm me or email me at Cindy if you have questions. Hope to see your name on Team Shimmy Mob Grand Rapids Mi, USA. BONUS: This years choreography is by Yasmina Ramzy."

Final registration deadline Mar. 31, 2020. Event runs on May 9, 2020

About the West Michigan Team Leader, Cindy Feister

Cindy Feister began her basic dance journey in 2005 in Muskegon, Mi. A year later she began traveling 30 miles outside of Muskegon to expand her dance training with Bellydance USA in Grand Rapids, MI. . Most of her training was with Sarah Mayne, artistic director and founder of Delkash Dance troupe and Bellydance USA. Cindy was a member of Delkash for 7 years. She has studied with Sarah Mayne, Suhaila Salimpour, Amaya MariaElena, Garnett Kepler, Ruby Jazayre, Zoe Jakes, Yasmina Ramzy, Serena Ramzy, Sonya Blacker, Tamalyn Dallal, Tarik Saltun and many others. She stays active in learning and performing the art of Rak Sharki and traveled to Egypt to further her education in this dance form.  She loves the stage and has performed at many festivals, benefits, nursing homes, anniversary parties and stage shows and tends to dance for many years to come. 

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