Ways to be Involved with Bellydance without dancing
The sky is the limit with creativity here.
There is always being a musician if you are so inclined; dancers usually appreciate some access to some good live music. There are a variety of instruments with doumbek being a favorite, but certainly not the only one. You could be the sound person for events, or perhaps the emcee, where you can still dress up a little and be part of the show. Big events can always use volunteers to help with a variety of things, from runners to advertising and set up/take down. Perhaps you are great behind the lens, and photography or videography is more your style.
If you are good at business, perhaps vending could be of interest to you, which often has some traveling involved. There are all kinds of dancer delights you could choose to sell, or you can vend your own wares. Writers can submit articles and reviews for consideration to publications, post a blog or write a book. You could own, run or work in a dance studio, and of course, some of you could certainly teach classes and workshops.
Then of course, there is supporting your local haflas and events, enjoying entertainment, shopping and networking. Just hanging around dancers and absorbing the aura without the pressure of getting ready and dancing in front of others. There is plenty to look at, shop for and take pictures of! Shows need audiences, so bring your friends and make it a night out. There are so many options to keep one involved in the wonderful world of bellydance!