Kalarippayatt and Adimurai Lessons Melbourne

Kalarippayatt and Adimurai Lessons Melbourne

Opening Times
Monday: 9:00AM – 5:00PM
Tuesday: 9:00AM – 5:00PM
Wednesday: 9:00AM – 5:00PM
Thursday: 9:00AM – 5:00PM
Friday: 9:00AM – 5:00PM
Saturday: 9:00AM – 5:00PM
Sunday: Closed

I Can Speak The Following Languages: English, Tamil, Malayalam.

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Kalarippayatt and Adimurai are ancient art forms of Southern India. The fundamental aspect of kalari is to energise prana. Through kalari practice pranic channels will clear enabling the student to realise this force. Thought conscious control it can then be applied for their own physical and spiritual way.

Shivashakthi Kalari Kshethram: Follows the way of Siddha tradition. Through its arts and sciences Siddha tradition analyses the nature of reality. It is a transformative process to realization of universal consciousness. Kalari Yogham is the sarthaga murai [method of practice] of Shivashakthi Kshethram to break through our limitations and open to this insight and consequently lead to a total transformation of self becoming madhira Menni [The body becomes a living temple].

Shivashakthi’s main site is located in beautiful Idukki district, Kerala. Blessed by the natural force of nature it can be found set amidst the rural setting of Rajakumari, surrounded by mountains, paddy fields and lush cardamom plantations.

About Vinildas Gurukkal

Vinildas Gurukkal has exceptional spiritual awareness and the ability to translate this to others in insightful ways.

The discipline of Shivashakthi Kalari Kshethram comes from the ancient tradition of kalari yogham. It is a powerful way of removing barriers, opening a way forward for these contemporary times. It enables us to take a step back to find internal insight for the external acceptance of the nature of reality.

Asan was invited by Sivananda Yoga [Germany] to conduct demonstrations and give lectures about South Indian science of yogham in 2005. He has visited Australia many times including a collaboration with Igneous Dance Company and conducted workshops at Brisbane Powerhouse Cultural Centre. He has also visited Mauritius to conduct workshops and been part of ICCR [Indian Council for Cultural Relations] visiting Russia and Hungary.

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