Her style is traditional, elegant, graceful, and extremely sensual, holding bellydancing true to its mysterious reputation.
With endless charisma, she delivers her dance to her audience with a warm smile and classy demeanor.

She is the director of New England's premier bellydancing troupe - Imari & the Sahara Desert Dancers.
This powerfully feminine dance troupe consists of up to 40 women of all ages, sizes, and walks of life.
They have dazzled crowds sized as large as 12,000 people - from youth to elderly populations.

Her beautiful performance troupe of bellydancers entertains at over 30 performances yearly, bringing smiles
to all who watch their show. They volunteer regularly at nursing homes and charity events.

Imari is the founder of Bellydancing for Breast Cancer and One Hip Night of Bellydancing. She has been instrumental
in utilizing her gift of dancing as a vehicle for fund raising - benefiting multiple charities over the years.
She truly enjoys giving to communities throughout New England.

"Every woman is beautiful when she is bellydancing." - Imari