Adavus : Instructions
Bramari adavu 2/3/4 : Instructions
Bramari literally means to turn. The second/ third Bramari adavu that we practise in the Raadha Kalpa method introduces, quarter, half and full turns.
These turns are used in choreography to change direction with precision.
Things to keep in mind:
- The lengthening of the bent knee and the turn happen simultaneously.
- stretch arms completely each time
- Coordinate the turn and use the
- try to finish a moment before the beat and find stillness between turns
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Bramari adavu 5 : Instructions
Bramari literally means to turn. The fifth Bramari adavu that we practise in the Raadha Kalpa method introduces full turns while changing the technique of the turn.
The arm movement is like the first Bramari Adavu, and the leg movement incorporates a swivel.
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Jaar Adavu variations: Instructions
'Jaaru', literally means, to slide. This is also called the Sarikal Adavu. In the RK Method, we refer to the standing series that end in Samapada as the Jaar Adavu series and the other sliding Adavus that use Muzhumandi, and Aalidam as Sarikal adavus for simplicity.
This Adavu incorporates the s...
Thattu Mettadavu: Instructions
The instructions explain how to do the Thattu Mettadavus with accuracy and clarity of movement.
Make certain to do the Araimandi series to increase strength in the legs. Also practise hip-openers and squats.