Home Chennai Work that body

0 667

Get in shape with some dance moves and acroyoga. Also squeeze in an office outing and  make time to count stars

Stretch therapy

ecr1a
Stay healthy and relaxed with the Acroyoga classes at Arka Multi Purpose Hall, Auroville, every Sunday. You will get to learn different styles of yoga, like ashtanga, and also learn acrobatics—a great way to become flexibile. Following the class, you can surrender to a relaxing Thai massage. From 8 am to 10 am. Details:0413 2622704

Office treat
ecr6

Is a team outing long overdue?  VGP Universal Kingdom could be  the perfect venue. Their ‘Office Outing’ package—for a group of 25 people—includes food, amusement park rides and an exclusive dining space. For `515 per head. Details: 9282150077

Shake a leg

ecr5
One of the oldest dance schools in Chennai, John Britto’s Dance Studio has opened a new branch in Old Mahabalipuram Road. They have classes for zumba, fitness, salsa and a special ‘mom and me’ class. They also have tie-ups with international trainers. The new batch starts from tomorrow. Their main branch is in Nungambakkam.Details: 28207561

Star struck
ecr3

Astrology enthusiasts are invited to learn the basic tenets of astrology—including star signs, house positions, placement of planets and more—for free at the Auroville Retreat this Saturday. The workshop will end with an evening of star gazing to identify some of the zodiac signs and planets. Join in the interactions and discussions. At 9 am. Details: 0413 2622571

Temple adventures
ecr4aCheck out some of G Rajan’s drawings and sketches on canvas, at DakshinaChitra. The artist focusses on temple architecture. With a diploma in film technology, Rajan is a freelance artist who is inspired by Shilpa Shastra, a subject that deals with Hindu texts. The exhibition, titled Traditions, has 20 canvases. Till the end of the month. Details: 24918943

Chew on this

ecr_new
Bringing mock meat back on the table, the three-month-old restaurant, I Fake on Old Mahabalipuram Road has Kabul murg tikka, mutton sekh kebab, jhinga tikka and more in both vegetarian and non vegetarian options. The restaurant follows a black and white concept that is applied even to the serveware for differenciation. A meal for two costs RS. 500. Details: 9677000666

— Team Indulge

SIMILAR ARTICLES

0 292

0 301