Bollyfit Dance Party

“Indian classical music and dance are not just for entertainment – they are designed to elevate your consciousness”


Bollyfit Dance Party

with Gabriella Sundar Singh

Lunch Break Dance Party! Gabriella is a dancer with over 20 years of experience in Bharathanatyam (Classical Indian Dance). Her classical training lends itself perfectly to Bollywood and beyond. She loves teaching movers and dancers of all ages, especially with her City of Toronto community classes and now with communities in the digital realm. Bollywood is all about drama and energy, so get ready to move and have fun, all set to some beautiful Bollywood music!

27 minutes

This workshop is part of our Wellness Wednesday Series:Dance it Out, Move it In, Zoom ‘n Wellnessand is presented with SpringWorks Festival. Pay what you choose.


Gabi can’t join us on March 24, so we’ve extended the life of the link from he March 10th class so that you can keep getting “Bollyfit”!


Wed. March 10, 2021, 12pm et/9am pt

Approximately 27 minutes – Our pay what you choose, no questions asked, wellness workshop policy is intended to make our workshops accessible to all, while still paying the artist and practitioners. For those who can, please choose a higher price point to offset the cost of those who can’t.  Thank you.

Didn’t make the live class? We’ll send you a link within 24 hours of the workshop that will be available to you for 14 days. So, if you can’t make it live, you have 2 whole weeks to dance!

$25, $15 or $5
register below
All sessions will take place via Zoom.

About Your Instructor

Gabriella Sundar Singh is a Toronto-born actor, dancer, singer and musician of Indian and Sri-Lankan Tamil heritage. She completed her B.A.Hons. at the University of Guelph (Ontario) in Theatre Studies, achieved her Post-Graduate studies at Centennial College (Toronto) in Children’s Media, and graduated from the Acting Program at the National Theatre School of Canada (Montréal). She is a classically trained Bharathanatyam dancer (Classical South Indian dance), as well as a classically trained pianist and singer. 

Gabriella has performed at the Shaw Festival (Niagara-on-the-Lake) for three seasons, most notably in 2019’s “The Russian Play,” by Hannah Moscovitch. She most recently choreographed Bharathanatyam, directed and performed in “Sisterhood,” also at the Shaw. You can watch her as “Chelsea” on Canada’s hit t.v. series “Kim’s Convenience,” on CBC and Netflix. 

Not quite what you’re looking for? As we continue to book additional workshops, I’d love to know what you’re curious about. What would you like to learn? The sky’s the limit! Drop me a line!

“If you want to conquer the anxiety of life, live in the moment, live in the breath.”

~Amit Ray, Om Chanting and Meditation
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