Move your troubles away
At the launch of Creative Movement Therapy Association of India, Anu Gulmohar learns about the alternative therapy of dance and how the answers to our issues lie within our personal movement language.
The right steps
Ever watched a contemporary dance performance and wondered what was being depicted or conveyed? Well then, here is a book written by a contemporary dancer, Tripura Kashyap, who has tried to answer these questions and more in her book, which was recently released in Bengaluru. Titled Contemporary Dance – Practices, Paradigms and Practitioners, the book is published by AAYU Publications.
Faces in the crowd
DiscoverBangalore is pleased to introduce Tripura Kashyap, a renowned choreographer and dance therapist to the visitors of our site and to the world as we recognize her good work.
How her love for the performing arts made Tripura Kashyap use dance as a therapeutic intervention
Working with special educators, therapists, teachers, social workers and mental health professionals using creative dance therapy has been an enriching experience.
Coincidences have shaped my life. One such occasion was when I traveled to USA in late eighties to train as a dance therapist. This experience dramatically altered my perception of dance.
Dance of Healing
At a time when ever-burgeoning stress and anxiety have become a part of everyone’s daily lives, therapy comes highly recommended.
Career: Dance/Movement Therapist
The path of dance and music is merely not limited to provide entertainment and promote regional culture. But it has a very unique connection to the emotional being of any individual.
When dance heals
Tripura Kashyap on her journey from a dancer-choreographer to a dance therapist. Tripura Kashyap was so enamoured by the beauty of dance that she went off to Kalakshetra at a young age to learn Bharatanatya