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Belly dance or Bellydance is the name commonly used in Western countries to apply to traditional Middle Eastern dance, specifically Egyptian ghawazi dance in the 19th century, and raqs sharqi (Arabic: رقص شرقي‎) in the 20th century. The term is sometimes extended to include all traditional Middle Eastern dances.

Most of the movements in belly dancing involve isolating different parts of the body (hips, shoulders, chest, stomach etc.), similar to the isolations used in jazz ballet. In much of bellydance there is a focus upon the core muscles of the body producing the movement rather than the external muscles of the body. Egyptian and Lebanese bellydance in particular emphasise the need for movemements to originate in the muscles of the back.

Since the 1950s, it has been illegal in Egypt for raqs sharqi dancers to perform publicly with their midriff uncovered [7] or to display excessive skin. It is therefore becoming more common to wear a long, figure-hugging lycra one-piece gown with strategically placed cut-outs filled in with sheer, flesh-coloured fabric. If a separate bra and skirt are worn, a belt is rarely used and any embellishment is embroidered directly on the tight, sleek lycra skirt. A sheer body stocking must be worn to cover the midsection. Egyptian dancers traditionally dance in bare feet, but these days often wear shoes and even high heels.

Recently the Belly dance is added to Health and Fitness and Yoga. Especially Fat burning  through belly dance and shaping the body is really good thought.  See for Fitness belly dance video at Ayurvedaonline

Art of Being

Ayurveda: The Art of Being (2004) English | AVI | Xvid 800 kbps 23.976 fps | 608 x 336 | MPEG layer-3 audio 123 kbps 48 KHz 2 chnls | 01:45:28 | 700 MB Genre: Documentary

There is so much more to HEALING, than being treated by doctors who look at symptoms and who prescribe farmaceutical drugs that do more harm than good.

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Relaxing Massage

How To Give A Relaxing Massage by Join Lita
English| 640×352 | 52 min | AVI | 302 mb

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Language: English | MP3@120 | Xvid | 640×480 | 76 min | 130 MB

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Ecstasy may refer to:

  • A state of being carried away by overwhelming emotion or A state of elated bliss . . . see in ayurvedaonline
  • The Art of Sexual Ecstasy – (New York: Tarcher/Putnam, 1989) is the best-known work of author Margot Anand. It presents the foundation of her method known as “SkyDancing Tantra”. It has been translated into at least eleven languages and has gone through numerous printings. It is possibly the most popular book on Tantra addressed to a Western audience, and is notable for its use of concrete sexual exercises to demonstrate the often esoteric principles of Tantra.
  • MDMA (3,4-Methylenedioxymethamphetamine), an entactogenic drug, also known as “Ecstasy”, and as “E”, “X”, and “XTC”
  • Ecstasy (emotion), a trance or trance-like state in which an individual transcends normal consciousness
  • Religious ecstasy, a state of consciousness characterized by expanded spiritual awareness, visions or absolute euphoria
  • Ecstasy (philosophy), a term used to mean “outside-of-itself”.
  • SexualEcstasy.org

Extended drug use damages brain

2010-09-05 13:40:00

Use of narcotics like ecstasy, ice and speed for a long time leads to brain damage, a study by Australian doctors has said.

Doctors at the Royal Perth Hospital scanned the brains of 30 patients who were treated for problems related to amphetamine use.

The patients were mostly men, with an average age of 26 years, and most had a history of ice, speed or ecstasy use that spanned several years.

A majority of the patients told doctors they were suffering from lack of concentration and mood swings. Half admitted they had memory failures.

Six patients showed signs of brain damage, the Herald Sun reported Sunday.

MRI scans of the six showed abnormalities in the form of an unidentified bright object, said Daniel Fatovich, a professor at the hospital’s Centre for Clinical Research in Emergency Medicine.

The research has been published in the latest edition of the Medical Journal of Australia.

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Pulse Reading

Pulse reading is one of the most important method of examination in Ayurveda. The study of Nadi is mostly familial and, even though spoken much not practiced. Some videos Advancements … Here some of the [more]