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GAIT Collaborates With GLOBAL WATER DANCES & The Children Of Lakshyam School

GAIT Collaborates With GLOBAL WATER DANCES & The Children Of Lakshyam School

by The Daily Eye Team June 20 2015, 8:32 pm Estimated Reading Time: 1 min, 54 secs

June 20, 2015

 On June 20, 2015, people from over seventy locations across six continents will assemble to revere, renew, and inspire solutions for our precious resource of water. Dances begin in the Pacific Rim and roll westward through the time zones. Sydney, Savar (Bangladesh), Tel Aviv, Cairo, Athens, India, Gburma (Ghana), Warsaw, Berlin, Buenos Aires, New York, Bogota, Lima, Mexico City…just a few of the cities participating in the 2015 event.

 Water is a universal resource; dance is a universal language.

 “Studies have shown that the quickest way to make people feel connected is to have them move together to the same rhythm,” explains Global Water Dances Director Marylee Hardenbergh. “The Water Dances create connections on two levels. We use dance locally to connect to our communities, and we connect over the globe, community to community.”

 Water Dance in Delhi

 Organized by Fit kids, the water dance will take place at 8.30 a.m. on June 20, 2015 at Defence Colony at the Nala Park (look out for the covered section of the drain between C block and D block). The choreographers are movement specialists at GAIT (Grooming Artistic Innovation and Talent), while the dancers are 50 young children from the Lakshyam School, Vasant Kunj, New Delhi.Together they perform a 10-minute choreography in order to raise awareness about water issues in Delhi.

 Preeti Sunderajan – CEO, GAIT says “dance is such a joyful way for children to express themselves and when they work on important issues such as water, the experience becomes more meaningful. This form of experiential learning goes a long way in making an impact on the child as well as in spreading awareness for the cause.”

 Fit Kids Education and Training Pvt. Ltd. is India’s premiere company providing complete solutions in Creative Movement, Sports, Physical Education and S.T.E.M. for children from Kindergarten to Grade 12. Grooming Artistic Innovation & Talent (GAIT) is a unique program that enables children discover their creative potential, using movement as a medium of expression. Elements of dance and theatre are used to stimulate innovative thinking.

 Date: Saturday. 20 June, 2015

Venue: Defence Colony

Time: 8:30 am

For more information please call:

Akash- +91 9953430896

Tanvi-   +91 9810202623

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