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Intensive summer course in the art of Burlesque directed by Grace Hall

Intensive Summer Course in the art of burlesque ideal for those wishing to simply discover the forgotten secrets of their femininity.
The lessons included more elements of adult entertainment centred aound comic scenes with erotic backgrounds or even parodies of current affairs. Elements such as belly dancing, improvised side shows based on double entendre, tightrope walkers, jugglers, singing and dancing all helped transform it into a genre more similar to a Variety show.


183, Via Cavour, Rome Italy, IT
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  • Course

Yoga Styles



Jun 6 to
Jun 14
20:30 pmto23:00 pm


340 €

Promo: Sign up with other 2 friends to have 3 reservations at the price of 2!!

Full Description

The disciplines

Constructing your character/persona
Language and art of teasing
Performance techniques
Controlling the movement of your body
Meditation and Relaxing techniques
Burlesque classics: Ballons, fans and Dance
Bumps and Grinds, Shimmy & Shake, Tassels Twirling
The history of costumes and the spectacle.
Tailoring workshop (from idea to realization)
Make up.

Yoga training plays a significant part in the Grace Hall's lessons. As everybody knows yoga and meditation are always involved into many artistic disciplines who needs a hight level of relaxing and concentration. The connection between the art of Burlesque and Yoga training is a way to to inspire energy, correct breathing and to acquired the fluency of body's mouvement which are necessary in every performance. Yoga and Burlesque works toghether helkping people to improve their creativity, sensuality, self-acceptance and humour.

The Temple of Burlesque was founded in 2010 in Rome as a burlesque school, in it’s own right, directed by performer Grace Hall (Emma Nitti). The school is certified and only employs highly experienced teachers.
The school also organises one day workshops and intensive courses directed by international burlesque performers focused on particular aspect of burlesque.