Lathas journey with Nritarutya started in the year 2011, and after that there was no looking back. She fell in love with the ‘Nritarutya style of dancing’ very Indian but still modern and connected with it on every level. But what transformed her into a more versatile and creative dancer was Nritarutyas very own unique artistic production ‘Prayog 4’ in 2013. For someone who came from a completely Indian classical background to be able to perform pieces like ‘Chakra’ and
‘Matsyaagana’ was challenging yet extremely satisfying for her and that is what Nritarutya is all about, it transforms you into a better version of yourself. Latha is now conducting Indian contemporary classes for beginners at the Jayanagar studio from 7-8pm every Tuesday and Thursday. During her journey with Nritarutya and its many productions she also got a valuable insight on how to deal with teaching different individuals, she understands how to teach a student depending on his or her learnability and applies this in her classes. She is also well versed with other western classical techniques trained within the company and imparts this knowledge to her students through her classes.
Lathas journey so far has been driven by passion, hard work and dedication towards the world of dance.