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Shwetha Vijay from Bangalore started learning Bharathanatyam at the age of 4. She has finished per Vidwat from Karnataka Board. Although still learning, she has been teaching Bharathanatyam for the past 20 years. She is teaching Walauru style of dance which is given very much important for nritta (means Adavues), quite important to make dancers strong and powerful.
Natyashree Suchitra Kochuveetil started teaching classical dance forms in 2017 and in 2019 opened her own dance institute Kalakshethra school of arts & sports in Tripunithura, Ernakulam. Her institution affiliates to National Center For Labour & Learning. In the field of classical dance, she has achieved several awards such as being a Natya Priya awardee of National Classical Dance Academy Karnataka. She has also performed at many elite events including Kerela Traditional Sopana Sangeetham and much more.
Shreeya Masurkar, the classical dancer is a graduate of Bharatnatyam & pursuing MBA in Bharatnatyam and studying for post-graduation(Alankar) in Bharatnatyam. She completed her graduation from AKHIL BHARATIYA GANDHARVA MAHAVIDYALAYA, which is one of the renowned university. She is learning Bharatnatyam for 18 years and has teaching experience for 7 years.
Sundary.S, 25 years old Bharathanatyam performer and choreographer can teach Basic to advance level Bharatanatyam dance form to willing dance learners. During her classes, she will cover various concepts such as Namaskaram with the introduction of dance & Basic fitness exercises, Dyana slokam and guru slokam, Mudras and Natadavu 3rd & 4th, and much more.