YICG Invites Registration for its Fun and Energetic Bollywood Dance Classes

Registration open for bollywood dance classes in New York City. Students aged 4 years and above can join for the classes.

Online PR News – 14-July-2011 – – Young Indian Culture Group, Inc. (YICG), a New York based non-profit academy is calling people to join its Bollywood dance classes. Students from Long Island and Queens in New York City and aged 4 years and above can attend the sessions. The dance teacher is an experienced professional from Bollywood Performing Arts in Hicksville.

Bollywood Dance Classes to Give You a Good Start

According to a YICG representative, “If Indian classical is not your cup of tea, you can join for these thoroughly engaging sessions and show your friends that you too know how to shake a leg. The course we provide consists of 25 sessions. At the end of it, students will get the start they need to further their passion.”

The various sessions would incorporate:

• Theory
• Education in making the right facial expressions, hand gestures, and body movements
• Relaxation
• Proper rhythm and timing
• Achieving correct posture
• Improving flexibility

The Bollywood dance classes are organized on Saturdays and the venue is the Herricks Middle School in Albertson, NY. Catchy music numbers are used to get the students in the right mood. Students would gain experience in performing both alone and as a group and would see an increase in their confidence. Students looking for a basic, intermediate, or advanced level of study can benefit from the classes.

About Young Indian Culture Group, Inc.

YICG has over 25 qualified staff to provide education in areas such as Indian language, Vedic heritage, yoga, music, and Indian dance. The classes are directed at Indians based in New York to help them gain knowledge of their Indian roots. Instruction is also provided in Indian cooking and mehendi. In addition to educational sessions, the academy takes a keen interest in outreach community projects. You can get more information from the YICG website - http://www.yicg.com