I have learned raqs sharqi, which is the Arabic name for the oriental dance, from the best dancers and dance historians from Egypt, Morocco, the United States, Greece, Spain or Ukraine. They are an endless source of inspiration and motivation. I use this unique knowledge and skills to prepare my own choreographies and to teach my students. Check this gallery with photos of my teachers.

Mahmoud Reda (Egypt), Farida Fahmy (Egypt), Yousry Sharif (Egypt), Karim Nagi (Egypt), Mo Geddawi (Egypt), Nesrin (Egypt), Aida Nour (Egypt), Kazafy (Egypt), Randa Kamel (Egypt), Aladin el Kholy (Egypt), Sadie (USA), Jillina (USA), Aziza (Egypt), Ahmed Fekry (Egypt), Osama Mimi Farag (Egypt), Ahmed Refaat (Egypt), Osama Emam (Egypt), Nasra Emam (Egypt), Lubna Emam (Egypt), Nawal Ben Abdallah (Marocco), Mercedes Nieto (Hungary), Luna of Cairo (USA), Anusch Alawerdian (Armenia), Marta Korzun (Ucraine), Samara Hayat (Spain), Sumaya (Belarus), Nelly (Greece), Eglal (Czech Republic), Selina Sevil (Sweden).