Wellness at Work

 

Customized Movement Sessions for Corporate Professionals

The key to feeling truly empowered, alive and healthy lies in having an unwavering connection between mind, body and spirit. And happy, healthy employees lead to a happy, healthy business.

Attakkalari offers customized ONLINE movement sessions designed to energize the workplace. Our sessions are a unique combination of yoga, dance and functional fitness resulting from years of experience and expertise in this field. Our goal is to help you cultivate an atmosphere of productivity and positivity.

What do we offer?

  • Charge Up: Movement session to begin the workday on a powerful note! Multiple sessions available from 7am to 10am.
  • Mid-Day Fire: Movement session at around 4pm, to shake off the post-lunch daze.
  • Wind Down: Relaxing movement session to calm the mind and body.
  • Completely Customized Programs catering specifically to the organization’s needs including sessions with longer duration or even personal sessions.

Each session can be conducted taking the restricted work space into account – we use chairs, desks or even corridors. The sessions fit the needs of every individual in the group, catering to varying difficulty levels and age groups. No prior experience is required.

Faculty

Each of our faculty are trained, certified, well-researched professional practitioners. Their work is backed by a minimum of 10 years of experience in dance and movement education.

Attakkalari Connect; Digital Dancing

All our sessions are also accessible through online video conferencing platforms. We can connect with you across cities and borders to arrive at a mutually convenient schedule!

Add our online movement sessions to your teams work schedule and we are sure they will be feeling better and more productive than before!

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Click here for a free trial class!

For more information, please contact:


Vishakha Shah
Manager - Project Development,
Email: projects@attakkalari.org
Phone: +91-62916-99597
 

 

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