Bharatanatyam Dance Classes 


Bharatanatyam, the most widely practiced form of Indian Classical dances in the world, is considered to be over 2000 years old from South India. A Bharatanatyam dancer narrates, evokes, and creates dramatic images through her eyes, body, and gestures. In this elementary course, children with no dance training will be introduced to the rudimentary movements of Bharatanatyam. Proficiency in the art is attained only after several years of intensive training.


Age :

Children (5 years +) and Adults. LIMITED SPOTS!


Now Enrolling for Spring Semester : 

Duration: January 2024 - May 2024

Fee: $300




Timing (CST)


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(January 19th - May 17th, 2024)

5:30 PM - 6:30 PM Children & Youth

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(January 20th - May 18th, 2024)

6:00 PM - 7:00 PM Adults

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Natyacharya Prasuj Loganathan


Prasuj started his Bharatanatyam training at a young age of 7 under renowned Guru Sri.Ponnambalam in Coimbatore and had the opportunity to perform throughout Tamilnadu and Kerala during his school days winning several inter school and state level competitions. Later in his teens, Prasuj came under the tutelage of Smt. Shobana Bhalchandra (creative director of Bharatha Kalanjali and one of the early disciples of the famous dance duo, Dhananjayans) and continues to refine his skills under his dear Shobana akka’s guidance. Prasuj has won several district and state level competitions in India including the coveted “Kalaprathiba” award during the Calicut University zonal meets. Before moving to Texas, Prasuj was part of an established dance production company in Toronto, Canada under Guru. Sri. Harikrishnan and performed in many successful dance productions.

Prasuj is married to Anitha, who is also a trained dancer, Carnatic singer, and yoga practitioner. They are currently based in Allen, TX, where they enjoy raising their three beautiful children and serving the community through music and dance.

"I'm looking forward to teaching this divine art form of Bharatanatyam at the Radha Krishna Temple of Dallas and feel blessed to be part of the JKYog mission" - Prasuj Loganathan.


Course Prerequisites :

  • Dedication toward the dance form
  • A notebook and pen/pencil
  • Dress Code: yoga pants, t-shirt (no sleeveless), no socks/shoes while dancing.