Turkish Roman dancing uses the 9/8 rhythm, and is mainly performed at weddings or other parties with live musicians. It is a street style dance which continuously evolves through different movements and interpretations, being very personal in nature, while still following traditional movements. The movements are very focused on an up motion of the pelvis, making the belly move up and down. There are a variety of hand gestures involved which make the dance tell a story, as well as endless foot patterns and interpretations. In this multi-level workshop, we will focus on embodying the pulse of the music, steps, gestures, and musicality. We will also learn the lyrics, melody, and clapping of some songs so we can sing and clap for each other while we are dancing.