It was coined from the combination of the Kapampángan words térak which means “dance”, and kaladuâ which means “soul”, hence it means “dance of the soul”.
It is a form of prayer developed through movements and expressions of worship.
The TerDua reflects various movements of intimate connections to the creator (first phase) and self-expression of intentions and emotions (second phase).
TerDua also serves various therapeutic benefits.
It releases anxiety through meditative movements, which are a product of communication between the body and mind.
TerDua is a spiritual connection with your creator.
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