Belly Dancing for fitness
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For thousands of years women explored their sensuality with the ancient practice of belly dance.
Belly Dance is a hip new way of staying fit in a social and supportive atmosphere, appealing to someone looking for a getaway from old fitness routine. Belly Dance tones muscle and improve flexibility while accentuating curves to enhance femininity.
TLC's new series, Shimmy, hosted by Kim Pechet, a belly dance instructor and fitness professional, brings the secrets of this exotic ancient practice to viewers all over the world.
TLC is presenting a refreshing new look by introducing new genres and featuring a compelling mix of popular programming.
Discerning Indian audience is continuously adopting interesting new regimes as an integral part of a healthy lifestyle. SHIMMY, an exciting offering from TLC, is a must watch for dance and fitness enthusiast.
Premiering on Friday, 17th September at 9:30 pm, Shimmy is a twenty six episode special that integrates 43 essential Belly Dance steps to help viewers experience the sensuality and health benefits of Belly Dance.
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