BURLINGTON, MA- With an audience of over 2.7 billion people worldwide, Bollywood is a global phenomenon, and the signature dance styles of Bollywood films are catching on in all sectors.
Swasti Bhargava and BollyX are bringing Bollywood dance to fitness with a fitness workshop to North America’s largest South Asian Health Expo, the 5th Annual Health, Fitness & Wellness Expo on March 5th at the Marriott Hotel in Burlington, MA.
BollyX is a Bollywood-inspired dance-fitness program that combines dynamic choreography with the hottest music from around the world. The 50-minute cardio workout cycles between higher and lower-intensity dance sequences to deliver a total body workout.
At the very core of a BollyX workout is the inspiration it draws from the music and dance of Bollywood films.
Along with Swasti, there will be 2 other BollyX instructors: Priti Shokeen, who currently teaches at the Gurukool Enrichment Center, in Littleton and Nishtha Saxena.
The 5th Annual Health, Fitness & Wellness Expo is on March 5th, 2017 from 9: 00 AM to 5:00 PM at the Marriott Hotel in Burlington, MA. It free to all attendees but they must pre-register. For more information and to register for FREE, please visit Health Expo website at http://healthfitnesswellnessexpo.com/
The expo is organized by IndUS Business Journal and INDIA New England News and is sponsored by Harvard Pilgrim Health Care, Lahey Health and INE MultiMedia, Inc.
Swasti Bhargava is a certified BollyX Instructor and Bollywood dance instructor with a lot of passion for dance. She has won several dance competitions, group and solo, including Aaja Nachle, Boston Sargam and the Gurjar Super Moms competition.
As part of SETU (Stage Ensemble Theatre Unit) she recently performed two dances in the play Ramayana and was part of the play Ashoka by Darpan Theatre. She has also performed at various events and ceremonies as part of Aangikaam Dance Academy and Shaila School of Dance.
She has a strong background in various styles of dance including Bollywood, Kuchipudi, semi classical and folk. Currently she teaches BollyX at the Academy of Creative Arts in Burlington and the Flint Library in Middleton and choreographs Bollywood dances for events and special occasions.