Siddhi means success or perfection - which are both relative and can be different to each individual. But success/perfection pushes everyone to work hard with perseverance. Siddhi aims to be that force which motivates students to do their sadhana/practice.
We offer a comprehensive dance curriculum to students ages five and above. Our institute is committed to nurturing student's creativity while instilling humanitarian and social justice thoughts in them.
While the primary genre of instruction is Bharatanatyam, we offer workshops in other dance forms, music, and theater for a well-rounded dance education.
Surabhi Bharadwaj - Dancer | Choreographer | Yoga Instructor | Lighting Designer | Actor
A seasoned Bharatanatyam dancer who has won accolades through her performances across India, USA, Europe, and the Middle East. Surabhi is an Empanelled Artist of ICCR, Government of India. She has been a faculty for yoga and dance at Saint Mary’s College, CA and University of Nevada, Reno. Surabhi is trained under eminent Gurus in India including Sri. K M Raman, Smt. Radha Sridhar and Guru B Bhanumati. She studied Karanas under Dr. Padma Subrahmanyam and Smt. Nirupama Rajendra. She holds MFA in Bharatanatyam and an MFA in Dance: Design & Production. Her education and her experience working as the Principal Dancer in two leading Bharatanatyam companies in India (Punyah Dance Company and in Raadha Kalpa Dance Company) have given her an edge in conceptualizing and executing dance productions.
To share the joy of dancing and enable students to express and explore their thoughts, beliefs, and emotions.
Dance education encompasses far more than movement and technique. As part of a well-rounded dance training, here at SDA we encourage students to ask questions and engage in discussion rather than just accepting what's taught. Every student's creative ideas are valued and nurtured. We allow students to be empathetic, appreciative, and supportive of each other.
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