Shweta Inamdar


Shweta trained at Shiamak Davar’s Institute of Performing Arts (SDIPA) in Bangalore for 4 years from 2008-2011. She was part of the special potential batch for 6 months and began teaching in 2009. One of the highlights of her career was performing at a concert by Brian Adams in Bangalore with SDIPA. Shweta began training with the Mona Khan Company in 2012. She went on to become a Bombay Jam instructor in March 2012 and a dance instructor in January 2013.


Shweta believes that over time, dance has become her identity. It is the passion for dance that keeps her cheerful, energetic and innovative. She teaches dance because she wants everyone to experience the joy, which she experiences while dancing. It gives her immense pleasure to see the smiles on her students’ faces. She feels that one should dance like no one is watching. Dance disconnects you from the world and reconnects you to yourself. As an instructor, she truly believes that age should never be a barrier if you want to dance.


Outside of the studio, Shweta can be found working at Yahoo! and is part of a dance troupe even there! She is a Guinness record holder for the most number of people skipping on a single rope record, that took place in the College of Engineering, Pune in 2006. She enjoys biking on Saturday mornings and loves travelling and watching movies.