Dance Classes

Dance is a performing art form made up of improvised or carefully chosen movement patterns with aesthetic and frequently metaphorical importance. Dance can be defined and described according to its choreography, movement repertoire, historical era, or country of origin.

The settings of theatrical and participatory dance should be distinguished from one another, even though they aren't necessarily wholly distinct. Both types of dance can have a variety of purposes, such as social, ceremonial, competitive, sensual, martial, or sacred/liturgical ones. Martial arts, gymnastics, cheerleading, figure skating, synchronised swimming, marching bands, and many other sports are among those that are sometimes described to have a dance-like character.


Vocal Training

A vocal coach, also known as a voice coach (though this term frequently refers to individuals working with speech and communication rather than singing), is a music teacher, typically a piano accompanist, who assists singers in getting ready for a performance and frequently also assists them in improving their singing technique and caring for and developing their voice. A vocal coach is not the same as a singing teacher, though (also called a "voice teacher"). Singers may get solo music lessons, group workshops, or masterclasses from vocal coaches. They may also work with singers who are taking part in live performances or recording sessions. Both classical music and popular music genres like rock and gospel employ vocal trainers.

Musical Instruments Classes

Being able to play an instrument is the first step towards becoming a musician. The Foundation has a staff of instructors who offer theory classes, private and group teaching on a range of instruments. Lessons support children in gaining self-discipline, focus, and social skills in addition to musical ability.
Piano, violin, viola, and cello are among the instruments taught at the Foundation. A music therapist who works with special needs children and adults is also employed by the Foundation.
In addition to group sessions, theory classes, and The Singing Tree, instrument students are required to attend one or two individual lessons per week, depending on the instrument they are learning. Students are required to attend the Foundation's string ensemble's weekly Sunday rehearsals.


Language Classes

Due to the speedy advances in technology, we now live in a global community and have quick and easy access to the rest of the world. Easy communication is one of the key elements that keeps the world interconnected. It serves as a link between individuals from all corners of the world, bringing them together. Thus, learning a new language creates a bridge that allows people of different cultures to interact.

When we think about it, we see that knowing a language other than English has become useful and profitable. Multinational companies now have job descriptions that call for candidates to speak languages other than English.


Theatre for kids

Theatre produced or viewed by younger audiences falls under the umbrella of Theatre for Young Audiences, a subfield of Theatre Arts. It encompasses a wide range of theatrical techniques and expressions, such as plays, dance, music, circus, physical theatre, and many more. It is practised all throughout the world, comes in a variety of traditional and non-traditional forms, and covers a wide range of topics, from fairy tales to parental abuse.
TYA, which dates back to the 20th century, serves a variety of purposes in various contexts and locations all over the world. Although its beginnings are in education,



When it comes to teaching yoga, they adhere to specific rules. Only if the body has reached an incredibly high level of flexibility should the advanced asana group be attempted. Before doing any of these postures, one should first master the asanas in the novice and intermediate groups. It is essential to avoid overtaxing the body in any way while practising the advanced asana. These exercises force the limbs and joints, which are not accustomed to them in the first place, to move outside of their comfort zones. As a result, they could be harmed by any strain that is applied while practising these Asanas. Therefore, encouraging the body to practise challenging asana over time is vastly preferable to trying to force quick results.



Yoga is the science of happy, healthy living. It ought to be a part of our everyday lives. The Sanskrit term yuj, which means to unite, is where the word yoga, which meaning "unity" or "oneness," originates. Yoga essentially balances the body, mind, and spirit. It means joining the individual consciousness to the universal consciousness. A person's mental, physical, and emotional health can be balanced with the help of yoga.



Yoga is the art of using a guided meditation to implant an intention, or sankalpa, deep inside the subconscious. Yoga has numerous advantages, such as reducing stress, easing sleeplessness, cleansing the mind, and paving the path for your objectives.
Whitney will prepare a yoga nidra meditation to assist you enter into the peaceful meditative state that makes yoga nidra so effective before this session, during which we will discuss pertinent goals. The more information submitted in advance, the more the meditation can be customised to your needs and your life.


Batch Timings



Mornings 3
Evenings 3
1 Hour 15 minutes
Session Per Batch


Open Time at 5:00 am

Self Practise

4 :30 am to 6:00 am
Regular Practisioners Only

Batch Sessions

Mon to Sat
6 :00 am to 7:15 am
7:15 am to 8:30 am
8:30 am to 9:45 am
5pm to 6:15 pm
6:15 to 7:30 pm
7:30 pm to 8:45 pm

*Note : No Evening Batches on Saturday