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Sophia High Schoool , 70, Palace Road, Race Course Road, Bangalore

Sub-Locality: Race Course Road India
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Classes Frequency:  2 Classes/Week
Teacher-Student ratio:  1:18
Registration fee:  5000
Course fee:  2000/Month


Thursday   :  11:00 AM-04:00 PM
Saturday   :  04:00 PM-07:00 PM


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The Dream ""I dream of building a community of dancers in a forsaken place amidst nature. A place where nothing exists, except dance. A place where you breathe, eat, sleep, dream, talk, imagine - dance. A place where all the five senses can be refined to perfection. A place where dancers drop negative qualities such as jealousy, small-mindedness, greed and malice to embrace their colleagues as sisters and support each other in their journey towards becoming dancers of merit."" Philosophy of Nrityagram At Nrityagram, dance is a way of life, a matter of faith and belief, nurtured and enriched by the souls of it's own people. We believe that being a good dancer is second only to being a good human being. We believe in a self-motivated holistic lifestyle focused on dance and the higher principles associated with the arts. We believe in a self-sufficient existence where we use our resources to the utmost and share a relationship with the earth that is nurturing and mutually beneficial. As members of Nrityagram, all residents experience this way of life. So that, in keeping with our beliefs, at the end of training, we will have a complete dancer and more importantly, a complete human being!Gurukul Tradition LIFE IN A GURUKUL The lifestyle that we follow is based on the age-old Gurukul tradition. As per this ancient method, students look after and care for their Guru by growing fruit and vegetables on the land, cooking, cleaning, and earning through dance recitals. At Nrityagram, the institution fulfills the role of the Guru - as protector and as someone who makes available knowledge and experience. Trainees will learn under the tutelage of several Gurus, however their duties towards Nrityagram are of prime importance. Along with the intensive dance training, they learn Indian Literature, mythology, poetry, Sanskrit, music, aesthetics, history of dance, philosophy, spiritual thought and dance theory. Regular workshops are conducted in martial arts, yoga, mime, meditation, sculpture, etc. These workshops, in other disciplines that use the body, help to improve stances and energy levels. They also inculcate an awareness of the interdisciplinary approach and an understanding of the inter-relatedness of all arts and physical traditions, not only of India, but also of other countries. Dance is a synergy between the mind and body. The focus of a dancer always, is to develop the mind and hone the body, so that, she becomes the perfect vehicle for her art. While it is important to train the mind and body, it is also equally important to provide a system of physical care for the body. Over the past few years, we have come to realize the debilitating impact of injuries caused by the use of inappropriate flooring, inadequate preparation of the body before training and lack of facilities for physiotherapy on an ongoing basis. To address this need, we are building a ""Whole Body Centre"" for the dancers at Nrityagram. This will house two studios for dance (with wood flooring), a gymnasium, Yoga room, massage room, steam room and Jacuzzi. In addition, one of the dance studios will also serve as an indoor performance space, which will seat 250 people and have all the facilities of a well-equipped auditorium

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