Zen Arts recently teamed up with charity foundation Squid and Squash for a fundraiser at the Playboy Mansion. Zen Arts fire dancers, gogo dancers, and burlesque dancers performed throughout the night for guests that paid up to $20,000.00 to help at-risk youth and children in the Los Angeles area.
Zen Arts founder Doug Miller out did himself as always! 13 of the beautiful Zen Arts firedancers and fire performers were adorned in Zen Arts fashion. Zen’s newest creations had a touch of Moulin Rouge with garter belts, removable skirts, lace, mini hats, stripes and feathers!
The Zen Arts fire dancers beautifully danced with fire on podiums built in the pool and over the infamous ‘Playboy Grotto’. Imagine the reflection of the fire glowing over the pool with super hot dancers entrancing the guests. Add to that some of the sexiest gogo dancers strutting their skills on poles and freestyle as the band played in the background. Definitely a different twist from the normal ‘bunnies’ at the Mansion!
The Squid & Squash Foundation was established for the purpose of providing aid to educational and social causes that seek to enrich the lives of children. The Playboy event is one of the Foundation’s largest and most profitable fundraisers. The Foundation’s mission is to positively impact the quality of life for underprivileged and at-risk children within but not limited to the Los Angeles metropolitan area.