Adavus : Instructions
Naatadavu part 1
"Naatu", means to stretch. The Naataduvus stretch either one of the legs at the knee, while the foot is in Anchitam. (flexed position) There are many different varieties of Naataduvus. They vary based on the choices made in torso movement and direction of stretch and arm positions.
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Naatadavu part 2
This is a continuation of Naataduvu Part 1. It deals with a few more varieties of Naataduvus
The feet articulation vary in varieties of Pakkadavus. The arms can also be changed and expand to include a number of different types. The Raadha Kalpa method has chosen a specific combination of feet articulation and arm movement to allow the dancer to be able to adapt and vary in choreography a...
The Paraval adavu moves to the side, like the Pakkadavu, but the srea covered is expansive. The articulation of the feet changes. There are many varieties in this adavu. Although Paraval serves as an umbrella classification, sometimes we call the adavus by varied names based on how the feet inter...