Dr. Sangeeta is an Indian Classical dancer who specializes in Bharatnatyam and Odissi dance forms. She is a performer, teacher, choreographer, managing director of Nrityasadhana academy institute which was founded in 2002.
She has designed an innovative program called “Jagruti” to educate students about art. Initiated a national dance festival “Pragati Utsav” for art seekers and awards for artisans. Today her academy is a well-known institute in the city of Nasik for its large activities, holistic approach, and intensive training.
She organizes workshops on dance, music, and allied arts as well as health lectures.Experts from the respective field are called upon to conduct these activities. She is grooming her students to participate in prestigious dance competitions, festivals as well as to appear for the scholarship exams in dance. Many of them succeeded in it.
She has also made courses available up to PhD in dance of recognized universities for the students in Nasik. Tilak vidyapith Pune has started Odissi examination Diploma course due to her initiative, she is appointed as representative for Maharashtra for this department.
Dr. Sangeeta’s undying love and passion in the field of classical dance have fulfilled the dreams of many aspiring dancers.
She has been felicitated with many prestigious awards, appreciated by renown dance gurus and interviewed by The Times of India, Maharashtra times, Sakal papers, Lokmat, Bhaskar group, Radio FM, and Radio Akashwani for her contributions in Indian classical dance. Her success story inspired many young dancers who considered dance as their only career choice.
Creator of NrityaYogsutra- A Holistic Dance Therapy
Dr. Sangeeta harbored a keen interest in learning the science of Yoga. She grew up learning Yoga through numerous workshops and further from Yog Vidya Dham (a renowned Yoga institute) and received Diploma in Yoga from YCMU University. Being a doctor of homeopathic medicine and this confluence of interests in Indian classical dance as well as the science of Yoga introduced Dr. Sangeeta to the many similarities between the two entities. She even discovered 78 new movements and dance postures that carry immense therapeutic value, and that ultimately leads to a fitter body and mind. For further details of this Therapeutic Dance visit- www.nrityayogsutra.com