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Vishalakshi Cultural Institute

Kathak Dance Course

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Kathak is one of the eight forms of Indian classical dance. This dance form traces its origins to the nomadic bards of ancien t northen dance, known as Kathakars or storytellers. Its form today contains traces of temple and ritual dances, and the influence of the bhakti movement

Western-Dance-Training

Western Dance Training

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We pride itself on an extremely high level of teaching and is proud to have extremely talented, knowledgeable and dedicated staff. Most of the teaching staff have danced all their lives, many of them as children at Western. They have years of knowledge and experience and are eager to pass their love of dancing on.

Freestyle-Dance-Course

Freestyle Dance Course

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Join this dance class and explore your creativity. A dance class that emphasizes the freedom of the student to explore their creative art form through dance. Get trained in steps and techniques to make a talented dancer while having fun in this class.

Hip-Hop-Dance-Course

Hip-Hop Dance Course

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Ours is a fun, energizing dance class that will teach you Hip-Hop choreography and technique and also help develop your understanding of rhythm, body awareness, and self-expression. So are you ready to groove on some cool moves? Enroll today!

Bharatnatyam-Dance-Class

Bharatnatyam Dance Class

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The Natya Shastra is one of the fundamental treatises on Indian drama and aesthetics.Bharatnatyam dance is almost 2,000 years old. It is believed that Bharatnatyam was revealed by Lord Brahma to Bharata, a famous sage who then codified this sacred dance in a Sanskrit text called the Natya Shastra.