While performing the adavus there are many do’s and don’ts that a dancer should imbibe over many years of training. Till now we discussed different classes…
Codified adavus are introduced to young aspirants of Mohiniyattam once they gain control and balance over their body while dancing After traversing through the essentials of…
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How to perform Utthita Hasta Padangushtasana
Regular practice of Veerabhadrasana facilitates mandi adavus and vinyasas.
Prasaritha Padottanasana will help a dancer improve the flexibility of the waist while Parshwothanasana helps reduce fatigue.
Uddhita Parshwakonasana helps a dancer to perfect ardhasuchi or ardhamandala posture
The purpose of Parivritta trikonasana is to stretch the muscles of the back of the thigh (hamstrings) and help the hip joints (adductor muscles) to facilitate adavus.