Flexibility: Shoulders & Arms
Playlist 17 : Repertoire Pushpanjali • 18m
Mobility and flexibility in the arms is necessary for efficient movement to happen. When there is tightness around the arms, the movement may look restricted when dancing and you will not have proper alignment because of tightness. This video helps promote mobility in the arms and can be done along with the arm strength video for maximum benefit.
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Pointers for Pakkadavu 3:
Keep your shoulders down when lifting your arms.
Make sure your arms do not go too far back.
Follow your arm and keep your gaze toward the wrist of the arm you are bending away from.
Make sure you keep your thighs pushing back while retaining Swastikam in your feet.
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 ...
Theermana Adavu 1, variation
The Theermana or Makutadavu, is placed at the end of a Korwe or Jathi in specific rhythmic patterns, to create an ending.
The leg is either placed outstretched directly in front or at a diagonal of 45 degrees. The foot is flexed and the heel strikes the floor. In the Raadha Kalpa method we begi...