As a Fat Chance Bellydance Style dancer it may not be our goal to be or become a soloist but you may want to dip your toe in the water from time to time. Lacey has found soloing to be fun and freeing as she looks at our vocabulary as a jumping off point for expression and interpretation. Join her as she helps students find tricks, tips, loop holes and more to create fun, exciting, and captivating solos. In addition, we'll discuss mood, energy and expression as our invisible formation partners and how to get to know them for a strong and more impactful performance.
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Lacey Sanchez is the director and owner of Wild Garden Bellydance (formerly Florida Tribal Dance) based in Orlando, FL since 2006. She has devoted her life to the beautiful art of Bellydance and has been proudly dancing since the young age of 15. Lacey prides herself on her upbeat personality that puts students in a fun place to learn. Her meticulous breakdown of movements make it so whether you are a first time dancer, or a seasoned professional, you will find Lacey's teaching easy to comprehend and useful in any dancer' s progression.
Lacey completed the FatChance Bellydance® Style General Skills Certification in June 2009 as well as FatChance Bellydance® Style Teacher Training in 2017.
Lacey has also completed all the necessary requirements to have received her Phase IV certification in Rachel Brice's 8 Elements Program and became a certified Datura Style Instructor in 2019.
Lacey is also proud to be a co-owner of Tournesol Adornment, specializing in taking old world artifacts and making them today's adornments.