Rania Bossonis

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Qualifications: AFAA and NESTA certified fitness instructor and personal trainer.

Personal History: One of the most famous bellydancers in the world, multi-award winning Rania Bossonis has been dancing most of her life. Rania teaches and performs multi-ethnic dance all over the world.
She has mastered both Egyptian and Greek/Turkish styles of Bellydance, as well Zar, Khaleegy, Saidi and Persian Dance. She has won two Bellydancer of the Universe Competition Championship titles, and is internationally considered a master teacher. She was one of the original lineup of Bellydance Superstars, and toured with the Superstars in 2003.
Rania’s style is percussive, graceful, passionate and mesmerizing. She has a deep understanding of ethnic music and the folkloric dances that comprise this art form.
Rania currently has 17 Bellydance Workouts, Instructional and Choreography videos on the market today. One of her titles was chosen by Essence Magazine and the St. Louis Post as one of the Top Ten Workout Videos of 2004. Rania is also the author of the book, “Bellydancing for Fitness”.
Rania currently teaches locally in Long Beach and Orange County, teaches workshops globally, and gives online video lessons via Skype.

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