Bharatanatyam Intermediate-Advanced Online

$115.00 Inc.GST

Our Bharatanatyam Advanced online course will deepen your connection with this art form. If you’re looking to revise your adavus & learn a new dance item each course, then this is the class for you! We recommend at least 5-7 years recent experience, or more than 7 years past experience to enrol at this level.

Next Online Course
7 weeks: 1 August to 12 September 2022
Time: Mondays 7.10pm (90-minute class) AEST
Teacher: Rashan Samsul
Price: $115 (AUD)




In this ONLINE course, you will:

  • Expand your repertoire and movement vocabulary through learning a short dance item
  • Develop a deeper practical and theoretical understanding of Bharatanatyam
  • Continue nuancing the nine emotional states of classical Indian dance and how to convey them through body posture, facial expression, eye/glance technique and breath control.
  • Refine and further develop your form and technique
  • Easily access your class in REAL-TIME via Zoom. Ask the teacher questions during the class and get feedback on your progress!
  • If the time of the class is not convenient, don’t worry – classes can be re-played for the entire course. Learn at your own pace – rewind, re-play and pause whenever you like!
  • Be taught by the best in the industry, a professional Bharatanatyam dancer & teacher with over 25 years dance experience
  • Get weekly practice videos to support your learning outside of class time
  • Have access to a private WhatsApp group, to encourage communication with other students and your teacher


Teacher – Rashan Samsul

Rashan started learning Kandyan dance in Sri Lanka, at the age of 10. He later went on to learn Bharatanatyam, and graduated from the Kalakshetra in Chennai, India. Rashan was the first Muslim Bharatanatyam and Kandyan dancer in Sri Lanka, and his dedication to dance has been unwaivering. Since arriving in Melbourne 4 years ago, Rashan has continued teaching and performing across Melbourne with his company Pravaha Dancing Foundation. He hopes to share his knowledge of dance with the next generation and make his mark on the Australian artistic landscape. Read more about Rashan in our dance blog!