Aaliyah is another of our small group of Tasmanian belly dancers and teachers, based in Devonport.   As well as belly dancing, she teaches classes in doumbek/darabuka (belly dance drum),  performs with her drum ensemble, “Khafif”, and has run workshops on drum therapy for anger management. Unlike many belly dance teachers, Aaliyah teaches children and…


After a busy national and international bellydancing career, Najida now has an idyllic dance studio is on the slopes of Mount Roland in North West Tasmania. I’m very intrigued to learn that she has a belly dancing cockatoo – now that I have to see! To book a belly dancer or enquire about classes and…


Adriana started the first belly dance school in Hobart in 1991, now known as “Bellywood” (love the name!).   She has trained in Amera’s Bellyrobics and Keti Sharif’s A to Z, and incorporates these into her teaching. I like the sound of Adriana’s latest innovation, “Shimmyfit” – an after-work class which is light on choreography, an…


I’m pleased to add a second Tasmanian entry to this site!   Zahira is from Northern Tasmania and her belly dance speciality is zills.  Her website has information on classes in Tasmania, a Bellydance Bazaar and information on the Tasmanian Middle Eastern Dance Festival, of which Zahira is the organiser.

Angela & Katrina (Miasma)

The profiles on this website are of individuals, but Ange and Katrina are simply indivisible! Together they make up Miasma Tribal Dance, and are our first Tasmanian belly entries! Surely there are some more Tasmanian belly dancers out there? Let me know! Their website is MiasmaBellyDance.com