Al Sullivan, author of “Everyday People”
“Belly dancing can be an essential part of a mental health program which is especially important for women since we have twice the risk of a man for the development of common mood and anxiety disorder in the face of trauma and stress. Practice of this phenomenon art form promotes the development of key resilience factor which biomedical researchers have identified over the last twenty years. Belly dance combines active coping with Amira Mor’s technique for improved body image and out look as well as an added sense of spirituality, all vital sources of resilience in the face of stress”
Rebecca P Smith, MD National Expert in Research on trauma, Stress & Resilience; Medical Dir.9/11 World trade center Mental Health Intervention Program; Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, Mount Sinai school of medicine.
”Amira Mor has done an incredible job in revolutionizing complex information on sensible exercise for busy people. Her techniques focus on strengthening and toning your abdominal, back, spine, shoulders, hips and most joint and muscles to support your spine which are vital in maintaining good posture and keeping a youthful look. Amira’s technique are safe for all ages, if you are looking for fun, fast and long lasting fitness solution that can actually live with –this is your answer. I highly recommended it!’
Dr. Jason Tirado, fellow American Academy of Pain Management; Director of MUA institute.