Known as "the mother of all martial arts," Kalaripayattu is said to have originated from the Dhanurveda, a scientific treatise on the art of warfare in ancient Bharat (India).
Though the art form’s significance as a combat code has receded, in a phoenix-like resurrection, Kalaripayattu is today emerging as a source of inspiration for self-expression in dance forms - both traditional and contemporary, theater and fitness.
Practicing Kalaripayattu increases one’s flexibility and agility, strengthens the muscles and tendons by exercising the body without the need for any equipment.
9 Live Online Sessions,
1 Hour and 15 Minutes Each
Comprising of 6 basics practices, this first set increases the flexibility of the legs.
Learn the first 6 of a series of practices which exercises the entire system and increases the blood circulation in the body.
Mei means ‘body’ and Adavu means ‘movement’ or ‘technique’. Learn a few basic Mei Adavugal to improve the flexibility and strength of the legs and back.
Balance and stability
Strength and flexibility
Endurance and stamina
|Oct 11 - Oct 19||11:00 AM - 00:15 AM|
|Nov 17 - Nov 25||00:30 AM - 01:45 AM|
|Jan 04 - Jan 12||11:00 AM - 00:15 AM|
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