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Benefits of Kalaripayattu Indian Dance Programs
Kalaripayattu, or Kalari for short, is one of the oldest forms of martial arts in India that is now used in Indian dance programs. The movements incorporated in the practice provide an excellent meditative, cardiovascular, toning workout. If you choose to learn Kalaripayattu, you will gain many other physical and mental benefits, as well:
1. Boosts Energy
Everything involved in Kalari impacts the level of energy your body has. Those who practice on a regular basis find themselves free from any lethargy or laziness.
2. Improves Concentration
Kalaripayattu requires focus. The more you practice this art form, the better your focus gets, leading to potential changes in every part of your life.
3. Increases Flexibility
Martial arts programs teach you flexible movements that help you defend yourself, and that includes Kalari. Therefore, you become more flexible throughout your practice.
4. Increases Strength
The movements, meditations, and other lessons you learn during these Indian dance programs tone your muscles and strengthen your body.
5. Builds Patience and Self-Discipline
To learn Kalaripayattu, you must be patient and consistent. The longer you practice, the more patient and disciplined you learn to be.
6. Improves One’s Ability to Manage Stress
There are several yogic moves involved in the practice of Kalari, and yoga is well known to help decrease stress as well as help practitioners manage stress more effectively.
7. Increases Your Body’s Speed
As this is a martial art, you learn quick moves. Over time, your body becomes quicker in its everyday responses.
8. Learn to Fight
While you might not be joining Indian dance programs to learn self-defense or fighting skills, you will learn them anyway with Kalari. And though we hope you will never have to use them, having these skills tucked away could be life-saving should you ever be attacked.
If you would like to learn Kalaripayattu or are interested in any other Indian dance programs, contact Grace and Grooves today.