JAMMU, Dec 10: The Art of Living, Jammu chapter conducted five days Sri Sri Natya Program at Rotary Bhawan, Gandhi Nagar wherein more than one hundred people participated.
Sri Sri Natya was born by assimilating dance and yoga and is conceptualized by Sri Sri Ravi Shankarji.
The course was fantastically taken by Aparna Nishant Amar, MSc Mycology from University of Mumbai and trained Indian Classical Dancer and a senior AoL teacher at Banglore Ashram.
People from all walks of life and backgrounds and religion-both male and female, children, youth, doctors, homemakers, IT professionals, educationists, businessmen, industrialists, people from Government and private sectors, and many others participated in this workshop to experience of total joy and bliss.
Participants expressed their satisfaction about course and hoped that such courses should conduct in future also. Some of them also shared their views and informed about the positive effects of this beautiful dance course. “I had lot of health issues and due to that I don’t want to go for this course but Prabha, Coordinator of Sri Sri Natya workshop of Jammu boasted my morel and after doing this course, my health started improving and I am quite normal now. I feel very active and enthusiastic. Its overwhelming joy that I just can’t express”, said one of the participants Reeta Chowdhry. I have done many Art of Living courses but Sri Sri Natya is the best. It is Blissful and I felt Shiva Anubhuti during dance performances, another participant Shakti Sagar expressed.
On the last day AoL Teacher Arpana shared her views and said that it is designed specifically to come out of hesitation and go through the yogic experience of dance. It not only gives us health benefits but our whole body comes in balance. It provides relief to our mind and body. If one regularly does this dance one need not to do any other exercise. It also helps to express our emotions and most important to be in Present Moment.
Prabha Salathia, a senior faculty from J&K Art of Living Chapter and assisted by Urmil, a volunteer conducted the workshop.