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d_kakavouli

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Zeibekiko is traditionally danced by men, but many women over the years have started dancing this beautiful dance. I love seeing everyone join in. Its my favorite dance because it is filled with passion and emotion.

 

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Zeibekiko is traditionally danced by men, but many women over the years have started dancing this beautiful dance. I love seeing everyone join in. Its my favorite dance because it is filled with passion and emotion.

Zeibekiko is by far one of the best Greek dances for men and women!

Here is a video lessons that shows how to dance the Zeibekiko:

https://www.greekboston.com/dance-zeibekiko
 

ellinasgolfer0320

Active member
She's alright, but she would be much better if she would learn to dance on beat.

Here are two people dancing to the song "Vradiazei" - It's Getting Dark. You can see that they dance on beat - it's harder to see it with Ivan than it is Maria but every move they make is on beat.


 

ellinasgolfer0320

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I love when Greek women dance zeibekiko!!

Zeibekiko is traditionally danced by men, but many women over the years have started dancing this beautiful dance. I love seeing everyone join in. Its my favorite dance because it is filled with passion and emotion.

Any Greek Christmas movies that you can recommend?

The only Greek Christmas movie I know is Christmas Tango (Το τανγκό των Χριστουγένον), are there any more good ones?

What are some pregnancy and baby traditions in Greek culture?

My sister just announced that she is pregnant! And I would love to help her feel more at home with some Greek traditions during her pregnancy and the newborn time. What are some Greek traditions for new moms?

What is your favorite Greek tradition? Mine is name day celebrations!

I love name days! They're like birthdays but even better, and my favorite part is that people are able to share them with their family members who have the same names. Every year, on a specific day, most Greek people with Greek names will have a "name day" that is the day of the saint who corresponds with their name. Expect a bunch of family members to show up to your house with gifts!

Online Resources for Boston Greeks

To help the many Greeks that use Worldwide Greeks, we will be putting together posts that contain lists of resources for Greeks in different areas of the world. We will start with a list of websites and social media pages that might be useful for Greeks that live in the Boston Massachusetts area.

Please reply and contribute other useful websites and social media pages that are for Boston Greeks:

Here are some good websites for Boston Greeks to use:


https://www.greekboston.com/

http://www.grecianechoes.com/

https://boston.goarch.org/

https://www.mfa.gr/usa/en/consulate-general-in-boston/

http://www.fhasne.com/

https://www.kefifm.com/

Here are some great Facebook Groups that are for Boston Greeks:

https://www.facebook.com/groups/negreeks/

https://www.facebook.com/groups/greekparentsofboston/

https://www.facebook.com/groups/334488441755/

https://www.facebook.com/groups/BUHellenic.list/

https://www.facebook.com/groups/pareaboston/

https://www.facebook.com/groups/105930325071/

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