In time for New Year's Resolutions - Rakasafit starts in Ballinger Village

Wednesday, December 12, 2018

Suzanna Davis, founder, instructor
RakasaFit dance and exercise classes are now being offered throughout King County and in Kitsap County, with trained and certified instructors. Locations include Renton, Lacey, Ellensburg and Bremerton, and more on the horizon. 

In Shoreline, classes will be offered at Alive Juice Bar in Ballinger Village 20120 Ballinger Way NE

Belly dance professional and fitness devotee, Suzanna Davis, founded RakasaFit - a fun and challenging workout to invigorating Middle Eastern remixes, engaging the deep core fitness that naturally exists in belly dance.

The name "RakasaFit" is inspired by the Arabic word for "dancer" and combined with fitness. RakasaFit classes provide a complete workout, with warm-up, strength-based cardio, and a deep cool-down stretch.

Each combination drills one essential belly dance shape (a circle, figure eight, or wave, for example) that is reinforced with core conditioning exercises.This flowing structure allows participants to think less about choreography and simply focus on movement quality. In-person classes are supported with deeper breakdown and online instruction at

As a movement practice, belly dance is unique for its focus on torso and core fluidity, and known to bring physical, emotional, mental, and social wellbeing.

Shoreline classes will be held on Sundays, Noon-1:00pm and Wednesdays, 8:30-9:30pm
Alive Juice in Shoreline's Ballinger Village, 20120 Ballinger Way NE

Register here, or purchase with cash at the door.
You have six weeks to use the package, so there is flexibility if you need to miss a class or two.

RakasaFit director Suzanna Davis brings decades of experience in Middle Eastern and African dance, jazz, ballet, theater, and fitness to this unique training. Through RakasaFit, she shares the health and healing benefits of belly dance as a movement practice.


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