Master bharatanatyam tutored by Naveena Muthukrishnan, direct disciple of Dr. Padma Subrahmanyam
What you will learn
☑ Bharatanatyam for beginners
☑ Learn basics of Bharatanatyam
☑ History of Bharatanatyam
☑ Requirements and secrets to become a professional classical dancer
☑ Level 1 – Nritya Pravesika
☑ Movements of the body parts (Bedams)
☑ Bharatanrityam in the style of Padma Bhushan Dr. Padma Subrahmanyam
This course is just a preview of a couple of our classes. It makes you informed and trained about the preliminaries of Bharatanatyam. Can be described as your dance guide for level 0.
However, if you need live demo and corrections you can ping your tutor for help.
As we have termed this course as level 0, we would like to clear the air upon the other courses offered, as well.
Level 1 – Bedams, Angas, Upangas
Level 2 – Adavus, Basics, Complex, Understanding and application of rhythms
Level 3 – Charis, Boocharis, Akasha Charis, Nritta hasthas, Some basic items
Level 4 – Alarippu, Kouthvam, Padam, Shabdam, Tillana, Mangalam
Level 5 – Pushpanjali, Varnam, Extra items and proficiency
Students are eligible to perform salanga poojai after level 4 and arangetram after level 5!
You can also enroll in our online classes to become a professional dancer. Don’t worry about perfection, leave it to us. We guarantee 100% perfection, as we are achieving it currently with our students who are remotely connecting to us.
Our tutor is Ms. Naveena Muthukrishnan who has been deeply associated with dance for 15+ years. She has completed her bharatanritya arangetram under Padmashri Padma Bhushan Dr. Padma Subrahmanyam. She is exceptionally trained in various courses of classical dance including Nritya Praveshika, Nritya Visarada and Nritya Sali (which is the rigorous fine art training of learning the 108 karanas prescribed by the 2000 year old bharatamuni’s Natyashastra).
Admissions for October Batch is open. Though, we are just left with a few more seats!
For admissions, reach out to us through [email protected] or (WhatsApp) 91+7904845626.
Why to dance?
Why you learn dance?
Postures in bharatanatyam
Reference by students
Natyarambham and Reference by Student
Learn swift and rhythmic neck movement
The Nine primary emotions
Stages of learning
Stages in dancer’s life
Introduction to bedams
Basics what you’ve learnt
Know us better
About guru and her style
Peak into our class
Peak into our class