A streaming on demand training program for Bharatanatyam. The program offers strength and conditioning, dance technique, repertoire and theory.
You will be able to stream and follow the strength and conditioning workouts to find balance, alignment and efficiency in your dance practice.
The alignment and adavu practice will offer generic corrections applicable to any style and help you find awareness in your movement practice.
The repertoire and sequencing will give you practice korwes, and Jathis, and also offer lessons in the rhythmic construct.
The program will also have guest lectures and lessons on theory of bharatanatyam that serve as tools applicable in the practice of bharatanatyam.
Video releases every two weeks.
The Strength and flexibility section will help condition your body and prepare you for the practice of Bharatanatyam. It is recommended that you do two modules of flexibility and strength every week in order to see progress and improvement. Each module addresses different areas of the body. It is recommended to vary the modules and also repeat. Always listen to your body and make sure you don't push yourself too far. It is ok to take breaks when needed and listen to your body
Please start with the beginner modules and work your way up to the more advanced modules so you stay safe and ensure your body does not suffer injury.
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.
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...
This instructional video can be used in combination with any of the other flexibility videos or after a strength section has been practised. Do not practise this before a strength workout or just before practising dance.
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 alo...