Online mohiniyattam classes are taught via Skype by professional classical dancers with decades of experience. You'll receive personalised training from our dance teachers.
Choose any of the courses offered by renowned mohiniyattam dancers in India. The course will be personalised based on your goals and level of knowledge. Read more about the courses from the list above.
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A Mohiniyattam dance teacher can guide you the best as a beginner. There are certain movements and adavus that needs to be solid for this classical dance. Trying to learn by yourselves in the beginning stages can send you in the wrong learning direction. Usually, a few months with a trained professional dancer can make you to do the basic foot movements and mudras. At this stage, students need to be dedicated and fully committed to this art form.
ipassio has some of the top professional dancers who have trained from kalamandalam and other reputed institutions. They offer dance lessons via online video conferencing. This will ensure that you can learn mohiniyattam right from your living room. Also, the price of classes is so convenient that you just need to pay for only a minimum of 2 classes at a time.
The beginner mohiniyattam course delves into the dance history and how it became the signature dance form of Kerala. It would teach students basic adavus or adavukal, foot movements, mudras, and hand gestures. Classes will teach students on how to depict six different characters and they will be able to present a 10-minute performance post the course completion. Students will also learn the art of swaying the torso combined with subtle glances, postures, and gait.
Mohiniyattam literally means “the Dance of the Enchantress”. This style of dance evolved in Kerala, whose temple structures are the earliest manifestations of feminine Mohiniyattam poses. Today, the practice and performance of Mohiniyattam dance a vital point of the culture. This is practiced in many private recitals and in public gatherings.