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Welcome to Dance Oasis Studio, the National Capital Region’s Premiere Egyptian Oriental Dance Studio. Also known popularly as Belly Dance, this dance takes many different forms depending on the country and region. Our specialized and unique studio offers multiple levels of the Egyptian style.

The word "oasis" describes a place of rest, relaxation and renewal where one can forget the cares of everyday life; the Oasis provides everything needed for life to flourish amongst the harsh desert climate.

Native Egyptian dance masters Denise and Ahmed Enan welcome you to enjoy dance classes with the region’s very best Oriental dance instructors.

Private lessons and group classes are available, as well as mini-workshops on a variety of topics, guaranteed to enhance your dance. We also have our popular dance parties.

The Enan Egyptian Folkloric Troupe and Oasis soloists offers quality entertainment by the very best professional Bellydancers in the Ottawa-Gatineau area and beyond. Please call the studio for details and bookings.

New at the Studio! Bring a friend and get a discount on your session*:

  • 1 friend = 10%
  • 2 friends = 20%
  • 3 friends = 30%
  • 4 friends = 50%
  • 5 friends = Free session!

* The discount is only to the person recruiting and at payment of the session on the first class.

Faten Salama Workshop
November 15-16, 2014. Stay tuned for more details to follow ...

Saturday, November 15 2014, Enan Troupe Show with special guests Florence Leclerc and Faten Salama; more details to be announced soon.

Oasis offers six sessions per year.
Sessions for 2014 are:

  • Session 1 Jan 6 to Mar 1
  • Session 2 Mar 3 to Apr 26
  • Session 3 Apr 28 to Jun 21
  • Session 4 Jun 23 to Aug 16
  • Session 5 Sept 8 to Nov 1
  • Session 6 Nov 3 to Dec 13
Click here to view current schedule.

Denise Enan, as member of Firqa Kawmeya,
with Egyptian dancing horse; mid-1960s.

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