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:
- Though the jump is not high in this variation, it makes a graceful arc in the movement.
- Try not to sway from side to side in the initial Tattu.
- As you stretch to the side make sure the opposite elbow doesn't lift up.
- Keep the length from finger tip to the opposite elbow
- Make sure the swastikam has the heel up.
- Watch and observe the trajectory of the arms during the jump. Both arms make a circular movement.
- Pay attention to the weight in the hips in this variation.
- Keep shoulders down