8 months, 31 x meetings, 1 class a week with 100 minutes duration per class.
Group 4 – 8 people
Our Indonesian Dance Class, which covers Bali, Betawi, Sumatra, Aceh, Melayu Riau dance and more provides understanding and skills on the basic techniques and movements of male and female Indonesian dance so that the body becomes ready and skilled for dancing.
- Understand the basic movements of male and female Indonesian dance with focus on body techniques comprising the legs, arms, torso, and head
- Distinguish between the different powers in the movements
- Regulate breathing at the time of movements
- Exercise the right techniques
- Do proper breathing while in motion
- Use a wide range of Indonesian dance styles with correct breathing techniques
Learning Outcome (LO)
Expressing oneself through a wide variety of dance styles and movements and correct breathing techniques through male and female Indonesian dance.
Students are encouraged to wear comfortable clothes to enter the class.
Schedule and Pricing
See class schedule as well as attractive price packages that we offer here.
Teacher: Ida Bagus Sudiasa
We call him Pak Bagus. He was born in Denpasar, Bali, on May 20, 1965. He graduated from Indonesian Institute of the Arts, Yogyakarta. As an educator, Pak Bagus has experience of teaching Indonesian and foreign students in various communities for more than 20 years. Among his most notable experiences is when at 1994, he got appointed as a Lecturer in the Dance Faculty of Jakarta State University, and a year after, at 1995, he was also appointed as Balinese Dance Teacher in Jakarta Japan Club (Japan Foundation). He still kept both positions until now.
Besides teaching various dance styles from Indonesian tradition, Pak Bagus has also been active in promoting arts all over the world, serving at the same time as Art Ambassador, Choreographer, and Art Director in various art festivals and conferences around Europe and Asia.
In 2015, he received “The Best Performance Artist” award in One Asia in Dance Festival in Busan, Korea where he staged a dance performance called “Satyaning Surya Ingpawerti“.