Classes & Training

Nritarutya conducts dance classes in 4 centers in Bangalore that combine creative intelligence of its choreographers with technique & experience of its repertory dancers into training / research and development of contemporary dancing in India.

Their education methodology use movement dynamics of contemporary dance language, physicality of the Indian dance forms with innovative approach to understanding body awareness.


Photographers – Gomtesh Upadhye, Kay Kay , Vidya Thiagarajan and Rajiv Shyamsundar

Center Locations

Our centers are at the following locations :

 

Jayanagar Branch
Address:
Nritarutya Dance Studio,
#475, 1st floor, 39th ‘C’ cross,
9th Main, 5th Block, Jayanagar
Bangalore – 560 041
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Batch Timings:
Kids Batch – Saturday, 3.30 – 4.30 pm (for 5-9 years)
Kids Batch – Saturday, 4.30-5.30 (for 9 – 14 years)
Adults Batch – Tuesday and Thursday, 7.00 – 8.00 pm
Adults Batch – Saturday, 2.00 – 3.30 pm

 

Koramangala Branch
Address :
a 1000 yoga studio,
Due North Yoga Private Limited,
#11, First Floor,
1st Cross, 5 – A Block,
Bangalore – 560 095
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Batch Timing:
Adults Batch – Saturday, 3.30 – 5.00 pm

 

Malleshwaram Branch
Address:
Vesoma
#29, 11th Main,
Malleswaram,
Bangalore – 560003
Batch timing :
Kids batch  – Sunday, 9 – 10 am
Adults Batch – Sunday, 10.00 – 11.30 am

 

Whitefield Branch
Address:
Rhythm N Rhyme & More
37/81,31/2, Thubrahalli,
Varthur Rd,
Bengaluru – 560066
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Batch timing :
Kids Batch- Friday, 6 – 7 pm
Adults Batch – Friday 7 -8 pm

 

 

Age Criteria:

  • Kids Batch – Under 15 years
  • Adults Batch – 15 years and above

 

Fee Structure:

– Registration Fees – 800 Rs.
– Class Fees –

FOR KIDS
1000 Rs./ month

FOR ADULTS
1000 Rs./ month for a class only on Tuesdays or Thursdays;
2000 Rs./ month for classes on Tuesdays and Thursdays;
1200 Rs. / month for Weekend classes;

Class trial session: Rs. 300 for one session

To know more Contact or write to classes@nritarutya.com

We also firmly believe in reaching out to the disadvantaged and the marginalized. Read more about this on the Outreach page.