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How to Learn Indian Dances Online

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When most people think of learning something like dance, it seems absolutely necessary to go into a dance studio for lessons. And, once upon a time, that was true. Thanks to digital advancements, though, that is no longer the case. You can now learn how to dance from the comfort of your living room.


If the idea of taking Indian dance lessons online or online learning, in general, seems intimidating, you are not alone. Though the concept and ability have been available for several years, many people have yet dipped their toes into it. No worries, though. By following these steps, you can learn Indian dances online easily.


Choose Your Lessons 

First and foremost, you must choose the classes and lessons you want to take. For instance, are you looking to learn Indian folk dances online, or are you more of a Bollyhop fan?

Determine what you want to learn first, and then choose the platform through which you want to learn it.


Find Your Spot


You are going to want a spot to practice that provides plenty of space to move without you having to worry about running into the couch or knocking something off of your cabinet. Choose a practice location with the largest amount of space.


Set Up Your Equipment


You will need a device to watch the Indian dance lessons online. Though your phone can do it, the screen is not big enough for you to see well as you try to learn. If at all possible, watch on a smart TV. If that is not an option, aim for a laptop or tablet with a large screen and set it up in your practice location.

 

Dress Accordingly

Wear clothes that are comfortable for practice. Before you sign onto your class, move around in your outfit to ensure that it will not hinder your movements.


Commit


It is important for you to commit to your practice. Set aside time every week- or day if you can- to get in some practice. The more you do it, the easier it becomes.


Be Accountable


Possibly the biggest advantage of taking dance at a physical location is that if you do not show up, others will know. It is against human nature to let ourselves appear as though we are giving up or the weak link. This, if nothing else, often pushes people to attend classes even when they do not feel like it.


Learning online provides no such thing. You must motivate yourself and practice self-discipline. You should also consider finding someone to be accountable to, such as a friend or family member. They can check in with you once a week to make sure you have practiced.


Contact Instructors


Although you may be in a totally different location, instructors are still available. If you have trouble or questions, reach out to them. They will be glad to assist you.