Learn the art of Belly Dance from Jessikah!
**Jessikah's in-person classes are temporarily suspended due to Coronavirus. The City of West Covina has closed all city facilities to the public for the time being. Information changes often and I will try to keep my pages up to date.**
Jessikah is teaching on Zoom while her in-person classes are not running. Join her Patreon, starting at $5/month, and get the classes for free!
Belly Dance is a fun, exciting form of exercise, with a feeling of "sisterhood" and friendship. Interested in learning to bellydance with Jessikah in a super supportive, positive environment? Sign up here for West Covina classes! Classes run in 6-8 week sessions through the City of West Covina Recreation Classes, throughout the year, ages 18+. For the City's Recreation Guide, click here. Regular West Covina students may perform in Jessikah's West Covina student troupe. Classes are for beginners and intermediate dancers.
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Jessikah Belly Dance Artist
Jessikah is an artist, trained in dance, theatre, photography and video arts. She also designs costumes and uses the visual arts to tell stories. She loves the style and mystique of the ancient art of Egyptian bellydance, combined with her dance and theatre background, she fuses the sensual movements of bellydance with the technicality of jazz and ballet, with her own sense of drama and flair in a very positive environment.
Jessikah directs and choreographs for her student dance troupes in West Covina Johara Sirens Troupe and Studio Jessikah's Belly Dance Troupe. Jessikah & her dancers have performed at many Los Angeles area events!
Banner photo by Laurie Hall; Jessikah headshot by Scott York Photography; Class recital picture by Alex Houston