By Bellydanceplanner - August 30, 2019

The basic posture of belly dance include the neck, shoulder, arm, chest,
Neck: The neck needs to be upright, the head is facing forward, and the top of the head drives the cervical vertebrae and the thoracic vertebrae to extend upward.
Shoulder: You should open back the shoulders and sink them down. 
Arm: The arms should be opened to the sides of the body, the elbows sink slightly, flush with the chest line, the palms down, and the fingertips stretch.  
Chest: The chest should be slightly raised, but be careful not to get your belly forward. 
Pelvis:  The pelvic position needs to be centered. The caudal vertebra needs to be perpendicular to the ground.
Legs: The knees should be slightly bent, and the knees are in the same direction as the toes, pointing straight ahead.
Foot Position: The feet need to be slightly separated, the toes pointing straight ahead, and the feet need to be pressed down to the ground. 

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