Bharatanatyam is one of the oldest classical dance forms that originated in southern India. Initially practiced as an offering in temples, Bharatanatyam today has adapted and evolved to be one of the most prevalent performing arts.
Interlaced with melody and rhythm this artform is a unique way of expressing oneself through movement. Practicing Bharatanatyam brings a sense of awareness of one's body, mind and emotions, helping improve your balance and stability.
9 Live Online Sessions,
1 Hour Each
The composition “Stuthi” is a compilation of verses from the Devi Mahathmayam, an ancient Indian classical text describing the goddess or the feminine divine form.
As an assistance in learning this piece, we will be introducing a few preparatory dance postures and movements.
Improves awareness of one's body, hand and eye coordination
Understand some basic gestures of Bharatanatyam
|Jul 14 - Jul 22||04:00 AM - 05:00 AM|
|Aug 06 - Aug 14||01:30 AM - 02:30 AM|
(Each session is for 1 hour)