Physical Fitness

In today’s digital age, physical fitness has become more crucial than ever. With the rise of technology and sedentary lifestyles, even children of 3 years of age spend long hours sitting in front of screens, either studying on doing extra-curricular activities. This increased reliance on technology has led to a decline in physical activity levels, resulting in various health issues. Despite the digital distractions surrounding us, it is vital to prioritize physical fitness of our kids and integrate regular exercise into their routines.

Part 1: Yoga( image)

Yoga is India’s ancient fitness regimes that started around 3000 BCE in the Indus Vallet Civilization. Over time, yoga evolved and was further developed by sages and philosophers, including Patanjali, who compiled the Yoga Sutras around 400 CE.

In the modern context, yoga has become an integral part of physical fitness routines worldwide. As we navigate the challenges of the digital age, where sedentary lifestyles and screen time prevail, yoga serves as a powerful antidote. It not only helps counterbalance the physical toll of modern living but also nurtures a deeper connection between the mind, body, and spirit.

Total 52 sessions- 1 hr once a week

Part 2: Zumba 

Zumba is an energetic and exhilarating fitness program that combines elements of dance and aerobic exercise to create a fun and dynamic workout experience. It helps improve coordination, agility, and endurance. Moreover, the high-energy nature of Zumba makes it a great way to boost mood, and enhance overall well-being. Zumba offers a welcoming and inclusive environment for your children where they can let loose, have fun, and get fit all at the same time.

Total 52 sessions- 1 hr once a week