DON’T GIVE UP: Pelajari Tari Bali,en

November 2016, By Putu Yudi, EBPP Part Time Balinese dance teacher

img_4269My name is Putu Yudi, a Dance Teacher from Tianyar Village.Everyday I teach Balinese Dance for childrenwho live nearby. One day, a friend of mine offered me to become a Dance Teacher in EBPP’s School. At first, I was very excited with that offer but when I came to the first school, I was shocked because it was not like what I have imagined. The school is located far away with sandy terrain and above 450 slope road. Knowing the situation, Saya pikir mungkin itu bukan pekerjaan yang cocok untuk saya sebagai seorang wanita. Namun, hati saya mengatakan apa yang ingin dengan melihat wajah-wajah mereka yang tak berdosa dan saya akhirnya menerima tawaran tersebut dan menjadi Guru Tari di enam sekolah EBPP.

Selama mengajar pertama kali saya, Aku merasa lelah ketika saya tiba di sekolah tetapi kelelahan hanya pergi tepat setelah saya melihat murid-murid saya sudah di sana menunggu untuk saya. Dengan antusiasme mereka, Saya yakin bahwa suatu hari nanti mereka akan menari dengan sempurna. I taught the dance movement step by step from easy basic movement. As the time goes by, mereka maju ke gerakan lebih sulit sampai mereka dapat melakukan rutinitas tarian seluruh sempurna. Terus terang, prestasi mereka dalam melakukan rutinitas tarian yang sempurna hanya dalam waktu beberapa bulan benar-benar melebihi harapan saya.

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Di kelas tari, Saya memisahkan anak laki-laki dan perempuan karena tari Bali tidak hanya untuk tujuan hiburan tetapi juga memiliki nilai suci yang berhubungan dengan upacara keagamaan di kuil. There are several dance routines that are only for men and the other only for women. For the boys, I teach Gopala (farm activity) dan Wirayuda (man in war) dances. Meanwhile, I teach Pendet (welcome), Manukrawa (fly bird), Panyembrama, and other dances for the girls. Up until now, all the students that have been joining the dance class are able to do five until six different dances. I am really proud of those who were selected to do performances for EBPP’s events such as National Education Day and Independence Day. Sometimes, the community also ask them to perform dance for religious ceremony in the temple.

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As their dance teacher, I feel happy when I look at my students wearing a costume and dancing perfectly on the stage. Apparently, my effort is not become meaningless, my principle is whatever we do wholeheartedly will give a maximal result, just DON’TGIVE UP!Saya berharap pelajaran yang telah saya berikan kepada mereka dapat berguna bagi mahasiswa dan bagi masyarakat sehingga mereka dapat menahan nilai-nilai suci Bali tradisi / budaya,en.

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