Playlist 15 • 10m
This short set of exercises will help develop some stability and mobility around the shoulders to enable your arm movements to become controlled and precise when dancing.
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Jaar Adavu/ Sarikal Adavu 2
'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 ...
"Serikal", means to slide. This series of Adavus include a variety of sliding movements in the Adavu series of The Raadha Kalpa Method. The first variety is introduced in this series. Technically 'Jaaru' and 'Serikal' mean the same thing, but we will call this second series of sliding Adavus as '...
Kartharee Adavu 1
The Kartharee adavu is a movement that begins with a jump, followed by the crossing of the legs. The name could come from the hasta that is used or from the fact that the legs cross.
The bends of the bodies vary in the various types of Kartharee adavu. We usually practice this Adavu to a three ...