Dance in education is an exciting and refreshing method of understanding science, math, psychology and various other subjects in the present day academic oriented scenario. Rhythmotion motivates students to achieve high standards in academics and in personality development through its workshops and seminars developed to suit each age group.
Some of the educational institutions we have worked with include
Christ College, St.Joseph’s Evening College, St.Anne’s College, CMRIT, Holy Child Convent, Vidyaniketan, Malleshwaram Ladies Association, KIMS. NMKRV
Classes – Dance & Music in Bangalore at Rustumbagh layout, C V Raman Nagar and Rajajinagar
Online Mind and Body Conditioning classes
Rhythmotion Dance Company represented India at the prestigious Busan International Dance Festival 2018, South Korea sponsored by the Indian Council for Cultural Relations, Ministry of Culture, Govt of India
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VRC Academy of Music & Dance Festival Bengaluru 12th Jan 2020. Bharatanatyam by Chitra Arvind
Soorya Jugalbandhi Festival Trivandrum Bharatanatyam Kathak & Contemporary dance by Rhythmotion Dance Company Dec 8th 2019
Soorya Festival Kollam Bharatanatyam Kathak & Contemporary dance by Rhythmotion Dance Company 6th October 2019
Ganeshotsava Bharatanatyam Kathak & Carnatic Vocal by Rhythmotion ensemble Sept 2nd 2019
Guru Vandana Contemporary dance by Rhythmotion ensemble May 2nd 2019
Parthasarathy Swami Sabha, Chennai 30th Jan 2019 Bharatanatyam by Chitra Arvind
Founded in 2005 and registered as a Trust in 2008, Rhythmotion is a non profit Indian classical and contemporary dance company and a dance school that specializes in three dance styles including Bharatanatyam, Kathak and Indian contemporary dance. Artistic Director Chitra Arvind is the force behind Rhythmotion.
Training is provided in the Indian classical dance forms of Kathak and Bharatanatyam, and Contemporary dance techniques including Graham, Cunningham, Contact improvisation, yoga, Pilates, martial art forms of Kalaripayattu, Chhau and Indian folk art forms.