Nowadays Amora has more than 3 million viewers on YouTube
Amora's mother was the 1st professional Egyptian Oriental dancer in Spain, therefore Amora grow up surrounded by the Pioneers Professional Oriental Arabic Dancers and Musicians of Spain. In year 1993 Amora started to join her mother Sahar Samara Alia Shams) belly dance classes, who also brought back to Spain the forgotten Al-Andalus culture from Morocco and Egypt on the early 1980’s.
AMORA SHAMS Biography
The first venue where Amora danced was in the Egyptian restaurant Jan el Jalili, in Sevilla, Spain (1993) when she was just 17 years old. Since then she has been mainly dancing in Casablanca, Paris, London & all around Spain. 1993-1995 - Dance assistant of Alia Shams, at Studios Posición Cero and at a Flamenco dance studio in Nervión both in Seville, Spain. While dancing in Suarets all around Spain next to Alia Shams.
In 1996 Amora started to use the arch as it is in the Antique 7,000 year old pharaoh drawings of Egyptian dancers described on the temples.
1997-1998 - Sijilmassa Andalusí Palace restaurant & Sheraton Hotel (Casablanca, Morocco). Live music.
She dances in Weddings and 5 * Hotels like Sheraton Hotel in Sharm el Sheikh, Egypt.
And also dances as folkloric egyptian dancer and oriental belly dancer with two international dance troups: "Derviches del Cairo" and with "Shiko Show Company". Amora it's seen on two national egyptian televisions programs and two international Festivals, Dahab Dance Festival & Sakia El Sawy Charity Festival.
Thanks to this, now the students who complete the two courses can teach worldwide recognized in more than 250 countries.
During 2013, some of her students have become internationally known, winning dance competitions and becoming teachers even in dance festivals in Cairo, Egypt.
Right now Amora has 20 years of teaching experience, so her students learn very quickly and get good results specially when they study the
"BecomeBellyDancer in 20 days Course"
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