The Korwe adavu is a combination of previously introduced foot and body articulations. It is called a Korvey adavu as it cannot be placed into any specific category. It has a Tattu, naatu, Bramari, Serikal amongst other movements. Some Korwe adavus also use a Kudittam in the feet.
Things to keep in mind:
- Try not to sway from side to side in the initial Tattu.
- As you turn continue to push your thigh back to keep your knee facing the side. Think of going lower as you turn
- Maintain a parallel line between the outstretched leg and your diagonally stretched arms.
- Lift your heel to your buttocks to initiate the turn. Try to keep the balance and put the foot down on the beat.