Bhakti Dance offer Indian dance workshops and performances in schools, at festivals and at yoga events with live musical accompaniment.
Indian dance workshops are a chance to be expressive and creative through the rich dance vocabulary of south Indian classical dance. With hand gestures, percussive footwork and co-ordinated body movements set to vocal percussion rhythms its a lot of fun.
As a dancer, storyteller and workshop leader Sarra Whicheloe explores the richness of Indian stories and archetypes where goddesses and demons play-out our inner emotional and mental worlds. Sarra is also a yoga teacher offering regular classes, workshops and retreats in Surrey and West Sussex.
First part- students presenting their dance
Second part from I minute- a classical solo by Sarra Whicheloe
Naach Dance Company presenting moments from an 8 week Indian youth dance project in Cranleigh, Surrey 2010 with performances for Surrey Arts Summer Festival at Loseley Park supported by Hampshire Dance, Youth Dance England, South East Dance and SB Dance.
Bhole Nath performance at Robin Howard Dance Theatre, The Place, London, 2007
First 5 minutes is an invocation, the dancing starts after about 6 minutes