Dance Therapy

Psychotherapeutic effect, but also help people who have diabetes, hypertension and different forms of arthritis. Aacharyaa Pratishtha thinks that rhythmic movements to the music not only calm the nerves but make such an exercise stress which helps to overcome the diseases.

For example, dances are obligatory for diabetics. As the monitoring of a group of Indian patients with diabetes shown, the amount of sugar in the blood significantly decreased as a result of regular practice of dancing. Regular dances are useful for patients with the hypertension. Dance movements help to lower blood pressure and have a beneficial effect on the nerve processes in the organism. Many experts think that the hypertension is a result of a number of complications in the nervous system. It is a specific reaction of an organism to the constant stress.

The chronic forms of the hypertension are treated with special antihypertensive medicines, but we can reduce the risk of the development of the disease at an early stage only with the help of dancing. If we talk about dance styles, the Katkhak is the most suitable style for people with the hypertension. This style activates the nervous system all over the body. The Katkhak is a classical dance of the northern India, the basis of which is rhythmic compositions made on the alternation of strokes with left and right feet. The Katkhak gives a pay load to the backbone, as a great number of bendings and half-twists train the cervical spine and the loin. This style is also suitable for those who has problems with coordination of movements or suffers from arthritis. The Katkhak develops hands and wrists, shoulder and hip joints, strengthen the vestibular apparatus and the cardiovascular system.

To overcome the obesity Aacharyaa Pratishtha recommends to combine several styles of the Indian dance, involving the legs, waist, hips and backbone. He thinks that his set of exercises hastens the metabolic processes and favours the natural weight loss. For those who often have a headache Aacharyaa Pratishtha advise to perform a dance of a snake, which is based on the movement of the neck. For those who suffer from different forms of the arthritis the dances containing the movements of hands and wrists are suitable. It is of course Bharatanatyam - the traditional dance, the main load of which is concentrated on the upper part of body. There are 24 types of movements of one hand, 13 types of movements of two hands, 10 movements of the arms and 5 types of movements for chest, trunk, stomach and hips in the Southern Indian style of Bharatanatyam. Aacharyaa Pratishtha warns that every set of dancing exercises should be worked out individually together with a doctor. Especially, if you want to dance not to prevent but to treat a serious disease.

The performance of hastas and mudras has a great psychophysical effect, connected with the size of projection of the hand to the brain cortex. It is a well known fact for the teachers and logopedists, who use small-button games to develop children's speech and quick-wittedness. The doctors say that as a result of the performance of hastas and mudras the head becomes cleaner and lighter, because they acupressure at the fingers. And the Hindus think that hastas and mudras activate "adzhna chakra" -which is also called "the third eye".

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We provide classical Indian dance therapy that is considered as the best therapy and path for enlightenment. This therapy is a unique combination of dance movements with music and rhythm therapy and involves healing of emotions and innate feelings. The music therapy is a unique method to helps the adults and children having problematic behaviors. This helps them is adjust in various aspects like social, emotional, mental and educational that is managed by the brain. This therapy can heal metal imbalances through regular exposure to certain ragas with special emphasis on certain notes as it acts on individuals before transforming into thought and feelings.

Gurus of India
  • Name:    Aacharyaa Pratishtha
  • Field:    Yoga , Meditation, Motivation & Dance Therapy
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