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- We offer weight-loss tips and fun exercise programs allowing you to burn calories and fat, tone every muscle group in your body, improve your flexibility, balance and coordination. We are fun to work with, flexible in terms of timing, and have the right music and the right dance moves you need to keep the party going! Whether you want latin, pop, soca, chutney or Bollywood rhythms. A party or class can be tailored to your needs.
What to Expect
- A fun workout
- Have fun getting fit and losing weight
- Intense cardio
- Feel sore but happy after your workout
Learn Bollywood dance
Nalini Singh Neubert was initiated into Odissi dance at the age of 9 in Trinidad and Tobago by Mondira Balkaransingh of the Nrityanjali Dance Theatre, a disciple of Guru Mayadhar Raut. She won several dance competitions representing her college and performed at the Trinidad and Tobago Telethon in Trinidad at an early age.
She visited several islands in the Caribbean with her dance troupe and performed on many occasions for diplomats and other government officials in Trinidad and Tobago. Since migrating to the United States in 1994, Nalini became a student of Bani Ray a disciple of Guru Deba Prasad Das’ gharana who lead her to Guru Durga Charan Ranbir with whom she has graciously danced under his tutelage since then. Nalini also continues her training with Bani Ray and recently Jyoti Shrivastava and is a dancer with the Trinayan Collective, a not-for-profit 501-C (3) company dedicated to creating, exploring and reflecting evocative interpretations of Odissi Dance in New York City.
Her performances include:
Lotus Music and Dance Studios in New York for several dance productions that include New York Ramayana at the Pace University, Baruch College and John Jay College of Criminal Justice. Odissi Festival in Washington, D.C. in 2004, Sakshi, New York, April 2006, Yoga Vedanta Weekend, Woodstock, New York, May 2006 GUNA, New York June 2008 and many more performances in the New York/New Jersey area.
International Performances include: Indian Arrival Day celebrations in Trinidad and Tobago in 2000, The International Food Festival in Guyana, South America in 2005