In kalari you observe how your organism functions, you recognise your temper and work on body, mind and spirit.
On classes for beginners you will:
- learn basic yet effective multi-faceted exercices and sequences of movements
- improve your general physical condition, as well as concentration and coordination
- practice according to your current possibilities which will develop sooner than you predict
- be introduced to basics of a martial art closely related to Ayurveda
Do you want to learn kalarippayattu but you have no chance to participate in regular trainings?
You come to regular trainings but you want to learn more?
Join our weekend workshops on any of the proposed dates no matter of your level of practice. Find our more.
If you want to experience kalarippayattu practice at its source, come to our school in Trivandrum (Thiruvananthapuram) in South India.
Palm forests and banana orchards, delicious and healthy home made food and simply daily life at the suburbs of quite (as for India) Trivandrum create a magic atmosphere of Kerala, where our trainings take place. Our everyday life consists then of trainings at the accompaniament of crows and horns, hand wash in cold water, chopping little onions and peeling moringa, mental reset not free from challenges to our habits and – last but not least – intense practice of kalarippayattu. Are you coming with us?
10th Summer School of Studio Kalari:
4 – 12 July 2020
9th Summer School of Studio Kalari: 29 June – 7 July 2019, Strużyny, Poland
Kalarippayattu, or an Indian martial art for kids and parents
June 22, 2019
The workshops held within 12th edition of the festival Kaleidoscope of Cultures “Wrocław cultures broadcast!”.
Stick spinning class: 16 June, 23 June 2019
Open classes for beginners: 9 March, 6 April, 11 May, 15 June
9 Birthday of Studio Kalari: 12 May 2019
May workshop with kalari: 1-5 May 2019,Strużuny, Poland
Winter practice in India: 7 January – 7 February 2019
Workshops in Modena, Italy: 15-16 December 2018, 16-17 February 2019