To Heal and Harm.
Kalari , an ancient Indian martial art form, is offered to students who are 8 years and above. Like other martial arts, kalari is a codified system of practices used for a variety of reasons. It includes impartation of attacking and defensive techniques and weaponry training. Students are initiated and trained in accordance with tradition, and move through a series of stages depending upon their level of physical competence
Kalari symbolizing Strength, Patience, Commanding power, Posture, Training, Expression and Sound. Students attain the power to control the internal energy, breath, mental power and the power to focus by following the rituals and reciting mantras. Kalari training can be started as early as seven years of age. Beginners start with training in balance and body flexibility and then move on to advanced lessons.
Kalari – which similarly refers to the wider vocational, physical and spiritual structure of the practice – is one of the world’s oldest martial arts Kalari requires speed, agility, and co-ordination of body parts.
In Kalari, words are important. “One cut, two pieces.”
“Even when you are ill, you should go to see a war.”
“For an expert even a blade of grass is a potential weapon.”
“Say and strike, never strike stealthily.”
“Fight only with the practiced steps.”
“Cut for cut, stab for stab.”
|1||BATCH A |
VI VII VII IX Std
|1:30 TO 2:15|
IV V Std
|2:15 TO 3:00|
II III Std.
|3:00 TO 3:45|