Sacred Dance

Bharatanatyam is a form of dance originating in South India more than 2000 years ago. It was originally performed only in temples, as an integral part of the rituals.

In this workshop, Nadasri will explain the dance step by step in an easy and clear way.

OPEN TO ALL LEVELS!

BASIC INFORMATION

All that you need to know!

  • What?

    A two minute Bharatanatyam (Indian classical dance) choreography to invoke the blessings of Lord Ganesha.

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  • How long?

    Depending on your level and your dedication, this choreography can take between two days and two weeks to learn.

    After purchasing, you will have 30 days access to the videos.

  • Material included

    - Introduction to what is Bharatanatyam

    - An artistic demonstration

    - Step by step lessons with clear and easy instructions

    - All the secrets behind dress, traditional make-up and much more!

Workshop Content

  • 1

    "Invoking Lord Ganesha" with Nadasri

    • Invocation Prayer to Amma

    • Important Information and Support Emails

    • Bharatanatyam Dance: Introduction

    • The Namaskaram

    • Invoking Lord Ganesha: Demonstration

    • Step by Step Instructions

    • Did You Know?

    • Bharatanatyam: Closing Remarks

    • Song for the Dance

    • Closing Prayers for World Peace

    • Closing Survey

Meet Your Instructor

Nadasri, Amritapuri

Nadasri began her studies of Bharatanatyam dance in 1996 and regularly teaches workshops and classes in Amritapuri ashram.
Every year during Onam, the Kerala harvest festival in August, Amma calls on all of her children to forget themselves and dance in the bliss of remembrance of the Lord.

Nadasri is a regular choreographer in Amritapuri, her students had performed for Amma during the most important festivals like Onam, Navaratri, Amma's birthday and the New year's Eve. She has also performed Bharatanatyam dance in her presence both in Amritapuri and during Amma's world tours.