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Learn to move in ways you never thought you could


Transform Yourself
Through Belly Dance

Belly Dancing is one of the oldest dance styles, so old that no one knows its true origin.

What is known is the many benefits women discover when learning to Belly Dance.

Keep Fit

Despite the name, Belly Dancing is a full-body workout. It helps to improve your muscles, bones and posture.

Improve Yourself

With choreography and combos, you can help your memory as well as improve co-ordination.

Self Esteem

Learn to love yourself inside and out. No matter the size of your curves belly dance will make you feel beautiful.

Make Friends

All sorts of women Belly Dance and it is a great space to feel safe, meet new people and make new friends


Learn many different styles from Egypt and Turkey as well as exciting Fusions from other parts of the world.

Have Fun

With exciting shimmies and snake-like moves belly dancing  is sure to make you leave with a smile.

Professional Bellydancer Joanne

Meet Joanne

Hi, I'm Joanne, professional Belly Dancer and creator of Metamorphosis Belly Dance. I began this business back in 2009 as a way to inspire, educate and entertain others in the art of Belly Dance.

Taking my first Belly Dance class I knew this was the dance for me. The exotic music, the sensual and strong movements and the beautiful costumes all called out to me.

Since then I have been performing and teaching Belly Dance for over 10 years. During that time I have been praised for my detailed technique breakdowns and for sharing my knowledge of Middle Eastern music and culture.

Learn to Belly Dance

Ashford, Kent


Join our lessons for technique, fitness, empowerment and fun. Suitable for beginners and improvers.

Thursdays 19:30 - 20:30

Liv2Dance Studios, 5-7 Park Street, Ashford

Ashford Belly Dance Class

What People Say

Don't just take it from us. Here are what our students think about our classes.

“Very well explained. I thought Belly Dance would be extremely hard to put into words & examples but Joanne does this really well.”

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