Saeeda was born and brought up in the East. She was a little girl when her mother first led her to a belly dancing show. From this moment this dance conquered her and became the guiding light in her life. In the East, she went to dance school. There, she learnt ballet, contemporary dance and different dances of the world’s cultures – from the fiery Spanish to the lyrical Persian. Her mother wanted Saeeda to be a ballerina, but she secretly danced her belly dancing. She is now based in London and teaches oriental dance.

Saeeda has had a university education in the specialty »Oriental studies and International Relations«, which enables her to explore the East in all its aspects. Her professional experience and fluency in 5 languages, including Turkish, Chinese, English, and Russian helped her to further explore ethnic and historical roots, and the specifics of the dances of peoples of the East.

 Saeeda lives in a world of dance imagery, and all her free time she spends on self-improvement.In this she is actively supported, encouraged and mentored by famous dancers, great masters, choreographers and teachers, such as Fifi Abdou, Randa Kamel, Jillina, Aziza, Sadie, Ansuya, Leyla Jouvana, Shafeek and Tara Ibrahim, Khaled Makhmoud, Ozgen and Akaysha.

Saeeda is deeply assured that the bellydance classes replace all the existing methods and technologies of women`s health and beauty support. Moreover, she believes that bellydance is more efficient than all of these methods as a whole. Saeeda, during her long career, noticed that people can easily combine this passion with any lifestyle.

Saeeda is a gifted teacher, who teaches this dance to people of all ages and body types. She can explain the fundamentals of the dance in words of one syllable and teach in a short period magnificent oriental dance. Learning this dance, making it your partner in life, you will forget the way to doctors, dieticians, and various would-be, self-constituted fitness “gurus”.

In the first lesson, you will understand how seriously and professionally she refers to her lifetime passion. Saeeda dances both classical Egyptian style and her own dynamic, modern style.

Leonardo da Vinci said: “Bad is that student who did not surpass his teacher.”

And Saeeda`s motto: “Bad that teacher, whose disciples did not surpass him!”

Do not miss your chance and e-mail Saeeda to book on classes.