School of Shimmy presents: The Burlesque Body: It’s not what you think!

February 10th, 2:00pm - 4:00pm

Center for Sex and Culture: 1349 Mission St. San Francisco

Dottie Lux is a 10 year burlesque performer (NYC and SF), producer of SF’s only twice weekly burlesque show, Red Hots Burlesque, and founder of School of Shimmy. This is the SF debut of this new 2 hour workshop designed to give you permission to get to know your body and how to show it off in the best light. This class is a great addition to any performers’ wealth of knowledge or for anyone who wants to get a better sense of their body. The desire to be challenged and have a great evening is a must. Learn to stand on your own two feet and be sure in that stance. As solo performers we must command the stage with only our bodies while everyday life can challenge the idea of a woman claiming space! Get the Burlesque Body you are looking for and be amazed when you find your mind is the most powerful muscle you can work out. This class will include confidence building exercises and a discussion on everyday harm reduction as well as creating a strong silhouette. Find your power pose and bring it with you everywhere! 

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