|Founders||Channa Wijewardena & Upuli Panibharatha|
|Headquarters||Dehiwala, Sri Lanka|
Channa Wijewardena and his wife Upuli Panibharatha founded the Channa-Upuli Performing Arts Foundation.
Channa and Upuli specializes in all forms of traditional and creative dancing in Sri Lanka – namely Kandyan and Sabaragamuwa; and also Channa in his own creative modern ballet.
Channa's modern dance which he calls “Body Language” is also based on “Thribanga” which signifies the three curves of a woman's body and is a flexible style performed by his graceful dancers.
Channa's performances also include all types of traditional Sri Lankan drum patterns with the traditional Kandyan, low country and Sabaragamuwa drums.
This dance troupe brought great pride to Sri Lanka when they won first place out of 178 countries participating in the Lions Parade at the International Lions Convention in Denver in 2003.
Channa and Upuli have won awards, both locally and internationally, for their dance achievements.