Dance Classes

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Why Learn Classical Indian Dance?

  1. Learning dance makes you a BEAUTIFUL , GRACEFUL and ELEGANT person inside out. It helps tone your body and gives you a beautiful posture and a healthy glowing skin. It enhances your facial features as well.
  2. Improves flexibility and stamina.
  3. Boosts your physical endurance, self confidence and self esteem.
  4. Improves attention span and memory of kids with quick reflexes. Helps you with better coordination and makes you dexterous.
  5. The Indian classical dance technique and methodology gives you an inward gaze and thereby improves focus, concentration and self awareness.
  6. Teaches you self discipline, perseverance and responsibility.
  7. Brings about a good balance and harmony of your right and left brain.
  8. Helps you with inner peace and calmness.
  9. A deeper connection with the Indian cultural roots and an insight into the rich Indian mythology and the Hindu religion.
  10. Classical Indian dance and traditional Indian culture has such great DEPTH, that it can bring about a great change in your child’s development at school, other actiivites and over all personality.
    Give a gift to your Child, which they will never forget.

Class Information:
Classes are structured on semester basis and follow the regular school calendar with the following major holidays:

  • New Year’s Day
  • July 4th
  • Labor Day
  • Thanksgiving weekend
  • Christmas holidays & New Year’s Eve

Dress Code & Class Policies

Students are expected to dress appropriately for classes – Indian attire, Salwar Kurti or leggings and tunic top with dupatta are acceptable. Hair should be neatly tied back in a pony tail or braid.

Parents are kindly requested not to stay in the class during lessons as this is distracting to the students. Periodically parents will have opportunities to observe the class.

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Call Now (617) 201-8410 or email us at himanshikathak@gmail.com

 

Curriculum:   Curriculum for Graduate Students

Prarambhika - Year I
Praveshika Pratham - Year II
Praveshika Purnah - Year III
Madhyama Pratham - Year IV
Madhyama Puranah - Year V
Visharad Pratham - Year VI
Rangmanch Visharad - Year VII
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