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Kalaripayattu Basics

Martial Arts
Classical

Learn the basics of Kalaripayattu - an ancient martial art - to establish balance and stability.

Registrations opening soon.

The Oldest Form of Martial Arts

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.

What you’ll learn

9 Live Online Sessions,
1 Hour and 15 Minutes Each

Set 1

Kaalugal

Comprising of 6 basics practices, this first set increases the flexibility of the legs.


Set 2

Surya Chandra Vanakkangal

Learn the first 6 of a series of practices which exercises the entire system and increases the blood circulation in the body.


Set 3

Mei Adavugal

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.

Benefits

    • Balance and stability

    • Strength and flexibility

    • Endurance and stamina

    • Neuromuscular integration

Upcoming Program Details

Session details
9 sessions, 1 hour and 15 minutes every day
Language
English
Eligibility
Age 14+

Please check back later for upcoming programs

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