Pallavi's journey of teaching dance began 25 years ago, so far covering India, Middle East and Europe.
Her education in dance began in the early years of life and has been a continuous process till date. She is a trained Indian classical dancer and has taken the lessons of Bharatanatyam under the remarkable guidance of Gurus
(Teachers) Dr. Sucheta Bhide Chapekar and Late Mrs. Ashwini Ekbote.
With years of experience in performing, teaching and choreographing dance, She has designed some interesting courses. These courses are a combination of Indian classical dance , folk dances of the world and contemporary dance styles.
Her corporate work has been in the field of Tourism and Destination management. Pallavi has worked with big multinationals and start ups in the field of tourism for around 15 years. Her travel and interaction with the people around the world has added to her knowledge of dance and culture. Pallavi is associated with PWN Stockholm which is a networking and developmental platform for professional women. She has been the board member and VP Events at PWN Stockholm and has managed many interesting and engaging events for the organization.
Along with Dance, meditation has been a part of Pallavi's journey for a very long time . She is a Heartfulness meditation trainer and practitioner.
Margam is a word from the Sanskrit language. Margam in Sanskrit means, The Path and in the Indian classical dance form 'Bharatanatyam ' it means, one full definite course where in the dancer performs the dance items in a particular order. After learning the entire margam, the dancer is equipped with the basic knowledge of the dance form. The sequence of margam show cases each skill in order: preciseness, expression, and endurance.
Our goal at Margam, is to spread the knowledge of dance in a way that it becomes a part of your life and a source of constant joy.
We would like to invite you all to embark on your journey of dance with Margam
( Meaning - The Path in Sanskrit )