Elysium Tribal Blog

Belly Dance Costume Marketplace! January 18, 2020 17:36

The BellyDance Costume Marketplace is happening Jan 19th in Guelph!  Hosted by the lovely folks at Invoketress Dance, there will be vendors, traders, swapers and shoppers!  The event runs 1 to 4 pm @ Tritone School of Music, located at 126 Emma St in Guelph.  

Store Clearance! January 11, 2020 18:51

Tribal style bellydance costuming and jewelleryTassels, medallions, jewellery and more...everything must go!  Your 50% discount will be applied to your entire order at the checkout page.

Costuming Boutique Fall Sale! September 28, 2019 19:53

Hey dancers, check out our Fall Sale!  Get a 20% discount off your entire order, including items that are already on sale. 

Elysium Tribal performs in "Wild at Heart" April 22nd April 18, 2017 16:55

Wild Orchid Bellydance Studio 10th Anniversary ShowWild Orchid Belly Dance Studio is celebrating their 10th anniversary with a fantastic show at the Spice Factory! The ladies of Elysium Tribal are really thrilled to be included in the line up and encourage everyone to come on out for an evening of great dancing!

Doors @ 7:30pm - Show @ 8:00pm 
While you're there, have a drink from the cash bar and pick up something pretty from one of the various dance studio vendors...like Elysium Tribal!
Tickets are $15 + a non-perishable food item and kids under 12 get in free.  Advanced tickets are highly recommended and can be purchased by e-transfer to wildorchiddance@gmail.com. Food donations can be dropped off at Wild Orchid Belly Dance Studio (72 Wise Crescent, Hamilton) or at the show. Proceeds / donations will go to Mountain Kidz Klub, a non-profit organization offering low cost programs for children and adults, as well as a food bank. 

It's going to be a fabulous show so we hope to see you there!

Bunches of Beaded Belt Bases! February 23, 2017 14:31

Belt bases for tribal style bellydance costumingCheck out these versatile belt bases that are new to the costuming boutique! They are covered in shiny rows of domed turkoman buttons, old kuchi coins and embossed metal amulets. Add a couple ties to them for a basic tribal style bellydance hip belt. Attach a pair of beaded medallions to the ends for a fancier look or to increase the overall length if need be. If you are crafty, cut them up into pieces to decorate a tribal bellydance bra!

Tribal style bellyance Bra and Belt made from kuchi textile Many times I've used belt bases to make matching tribal style bellydance bra and belt sets. I've found there is usually enough textile to divide into three pieces. Two strips can be used to edge both bra cups and the remainder can be made into a front panel for a two part hip belt which ties on the sides. I have one favorite back panel with some pretty fantastic tassels on it. Then I have a number of front panels to match every one of my bras. Super coordinated!

20% Off Store Wide Holiday Sale! November 28, 2016 22:21

Everything in the Elysium Tribal Costuming Boutique is on sale! Enter the discount code: Holiday2016 to receive 20% off your order, now until December 31st, 2016. (Please note, this discount is not applicable to the purchase of Class Cards or Gift Certificates.)

Elysium Tribal Costuming Boutique for ATS belly dancers

Markdowns & Movies March 13, 2016 20:24

Today was the first ever Markdowns & Movies event in the studio, where EVERYTHING was 25% off! It was a fun gathering to unveil a bunch of new tribal bellydance costuming supplies, with tasty treats to munch on while watching dance videos! The ladies got some great deals, everyone had a good time so it was a Win - Win all around! 


15 second power shop...and GO! ElysiumTribal.com #ATSbellydance

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A Pile of Pretty February 6, 2015 13:24

Pile of PrettyWhen this irresistible pile of pretty arrived on my doorstep today I could barely contain my excitement! I'll have to get some lovely detailed photos of these things for my online shop. Keep your eyes peeled!

I will freely admit I'm a bit of a textile fanatic. The more colorful, the more elaborate, the more time consuming to make the better. I may even have embroidery thread in my veins. It's no wonder I'm drawn to ATS® dance and it's fantastic costuming possibilities!

I have a feeling though, a little something out of this lot may find it's way into my own dance wardrobe...