Chandni stumbled upon the Oriental/Egyptian belly dance form in 2012 and fell in love with it. As she continued her formal training in belly dance, she started noticing many changes in her personality - better self confidence, more self-awareness and being comfortable in her own skin. In 2016, using her experiences, she started a belly dance school - BellyPop, to use belly dance as a medium to make people of all ages care, love and appreciate their bodies (the way they are). She strongly believes that the Oriental dance form helps one connect to their inner creative self and the outcome is astounding - both visually and mentally. The agenda is not to necessarily create dancers to perform on stage but to take people through this journey of self acceptance and explore their creative potential to the fullest! Yalla!
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