When we hear the word fitness, people usually assume that it’s all about hitting the gym, doing cardio and lifting weights. Ever wondered you can stay fit and get the desired results even by dancing? Yes, you heard that right. Everyone has a different approach to fitness. Sneha Tharwani, a choreographer who has an experience of almost a decade in the industry believes that people can remain fit by dance fitness as well. She is the one who established Tappin’ Around, a reputed dance fitness studio in Khar, Mumbai. The studio is one of the favourite hotspots of almost every youth who dance their way out to stay fit.
“Dance is the ultimate expression of what people want to say. It not only promotes fitness but also boosts mental health and improves the lifestyle of an individual”, said Sneha. She also revealed that diet plays a key role in staying fit. “The body will give the results based on your nutrition intake. Eat right food at the right time and burn calories through dance fitness to stay fit”, she added. Tappin’ Around has till date conducted more than 300 events across Mumbai and it has a strength of almost 500 students. The studio has several experienced and certified choreographers and trainers who conduct workshops at different places in Mumbai like Tangerine Studios in Khar, The Space in Juhu, The Square in Powai and The World Dance School in Andheri.
Sneha has added EDM vs BDM as a dance form and it has been one of the best sessions of Tappin’ Around. Her studio not just targets a particular category of people, but it focuses on individuals of every age group. With dance fitness, it also conducts dance classes for different events like wedding receptions, sangeet ceremony, parties, school and college annual day functions and much more. Right from kids, millennials to the youth, Tappin’ Around is truly the one-stop destination for all the dance lovers. To know more information about it and to book your sessions, all you need to do is go to their website www.tappinaround.com. Isn’t it amazing to stay fit by dancing to your favourite foot-tapping numbers?