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This is a great session to do on a day when you feel tight or sore. It opens up your body without expecting too much of it. You can also do it before you start a warm-up or after a strength or dance session. It is a session that is safe to practice early in the morning.
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This series can be practiced after a basic warm up, before beginning an Adavu practice.
The hip opener series will help you navigate through tight hips. It will help you mobilise your hips and enable you to push your thighs back while sitting in Araimandi. Please do this in combination with str...
Arm positions in adavus
The video explains muscle engagement and visualisation to make your arms work with finesse and clarity. The premise of the Raadha Kalpa method is that the movement of the limbs must arise from the core. This video explains the logic of muscular engagement such that the arms are not disconnected f...
The Thattadavu introduces concepts of rhythm to the beginner student through various patters of striking the floor with the foot. Do these in sequence to progressively build clarity in the articulation of the foot with the floor. Keep your hips stable and try not to move from side to side. It is ...