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New Classes This Fall At The Center For Arts And Wellness – Enroll Now!

Vandana Rao and Hema Iyengar
08/23/2018

September 2018 will mark the 2-year anniversary for the Center for Arts and Wellness in Westborough, and it is a pleasure to see that they are now the go-to-place for various Arts and Enrichment programs in the Metro-West area of Boston. In the last year alone, the Center has been able to launch highly invigorating and fun-filled collection of programs and classes in various arts as well as academic and extracurricular areas.

All of the programs offered by the Center are supported by well-established practitioners and teachers, who bring a unique combination of finesse, expertise and skill, that sets their programs apart. With help of such incredible talent and a very professional staff, their vision to provide the community with a wider array of classical and applied art and wellness related classes and services all under a single roof has become a reality. People in the area have come to rely on this Center for high quality and reliable classes for kids and adults alike.

With school re-opening soon and families on the lookout for new enrichment and creative programs, the Center becomes an attractive community space for families to go to for classes for all age groups and interests. To learn more about the programs and classes, you can visit their redesigned website at: www.centerforartsandwellness.com

Their new website has been built for easy navigation and real time updates from the center. A new registration portal and online payment options have been included to make it easier for students and families to sign-up and pay for the classes online via few simple clicks.

For the upcoming Fall Session they have introduced a host of new classes and teachers and have many new class times for existing ones! Their team has been busy with planning, coordinating, and aligning all classes to offer families many more choices of class types, days and times. Families will find the upcoming session exciting, fun, and invigorating!

For music, they have expanded their offerings to include Mridangam, Tabla, Carnatic Vocal, and Violin to their already long roster of classes that included Hindustani Vocal, Piano, Guitar, and Flute.

o   Mridangam on Monday evenings, taught by Mr. Gaurishankar Chandrashekhar

o   Tabla on Tuesday evenings, taught by Mr. Abhilash Mehta

o   Western Violin on Tuesday evenings, by Ms. Sunita Ramnani

o   Carnatic Vocal on Sundays, taught by Ms. Amaravadi Valli

o   Guitar on Thursdays and Saturdays, taught by Mr. Phil Kaplan

o   Piano on Mondays and Wednesdays, taught by Mr. Matthew Zakhary Johnson

o   Flute on Saturdays and Sundays, taught by Mr. Sujeet Phanse

o   Hindustani Vocal on Saturdays and Mondays, taught by Ms. Vandana Rao

For dance, they have an exciting line up of classes with new teachers and class timings in Kathak and the introduction of Western Dance in Jazz and Ballet. The Center has teamed up with Unique Steps Dance Academy to bring to the metrowest area a series of dance classes that are non-competitive and meant to cater to dancers of different backgrounds and abilities.

o   Kathak on Saturdays, taught by Moumita Banerjee

o   Kathak on Thursdays, taught by Aditi Vyas Khare

o   Bharatanatyam on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Saturdays, taught by Hema Iyengar

o   Bollywood Dance on Wednesdays, taught by Nikita Rao

o   Bollywood Dance on Sundays, taught by Jai Kishan

o   Bollywood Dance on Sundays, taught by Nivetha Ravichandran

o   Jazz Dance on Tuesdays, taught by Laurie J. Gleason

o   Ballet Dance on Tuesdays, taught by Brittany Minors

To complement these classes, the Center promotes broader well-being and fitness by offering classes for kids and adults that create better health and wellness.

o   Therapeutic Yoga for Tweens/Teens, and Adults on Thursdays, taught by Michelle Cordani

o   Vinyasa Flow Yoga for Adults on Sundays, taught by Monisha Shekhar

o   BollyX Fitness class on Saturdays, taught by Archana Menon

o   Bolly-Aerobics on Tuesdays, taught by Sunita Ramnani

Additional information about the Center’s programs, classes and activities can be found at www.centerforartsandwellness.com. For inquiries, email: info@centerforartsandwellness.com. Keep up to date with Center announcements, promotions and news - Like them on Facebook, Follow them on Instagram, or Subscribe to their YouTube channel. Be a part of their community!



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