Kala Sangam 19th February 2018
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Our new term starts in January, here is everything you need to know about the classes we offer! 

Kala Sangam offers a fantastic range of fun-filled dance and music classes for both children and adults. Click through the pages below to find out more about each class.

Bharatanatyam Academy

Our Bharatanatyam Academy offers accredited ISTD training in the classical Indian dance style Bharatanatyam. This dance style tells stories through hand gestures, foot work, facial expressions, and neck and head movements.


Mixed ability dance classes in partnership with Dance for Life and International Mixed Ability Sports

Mixed ability classes are open to anyone regardless of ability or disability, the sessions are fun and accessible.


Punjabi music and dance in partnership with Punjabi Roots Academy

Our Punjabi arts delivery is in partnership with Punjabi Roots Academy. We deliver colourful and lively Bhangra dancing as well as Dhol drumming.


Kala Sangam is proud to support Phoenix Dance Theatre as they bring NO BOUNDS to Bradford

No Bounds is aimed at energetic and enthusiastic boys who want to develop and learn new dance skills. Suitable for a range of abilities from beginners to those who have previous dance experience. Phoenix Dance Theatre are running two classes this term: aged 7 – 11 years, and 12 – 18 years.


Ashtanga Yoga with Yoga Bradford

In partnership with Yoga Bradford we deliver a six-week Ashtanga Yoga course for beginners and regular classes for those with more experience.

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