27th March

Indian Bhangra Dance Workshop

by Shamrock Bhangra

JCI Ireland is hosting a new project "FeelGood Vibes" in 2021 as part of the global JCI RISE initiative. During the pandemic lockdown, a lot of fitness training providers are forced to stop the physical training and switch to the online class. JCI Ireland would like to support businesses in the fitness industry by hosting introductory teaser classes for JCI members and the public and promoting the importance of physical activities towards mental health.
If you are looking for something fun to do after work, or trying to pick a new workout exercise trainer, or looking for options of how to feel good and feel better during the pandemic, you are invited to join the "FeelGood vibes" series!
For the fourth session of the "FeelGood Vibes" series, we are so honored to invite Ireland's Best Ethnic Dance Group - Shamrock Bhangra to be our trainer of Indian Bhangra Dance!

Shamrock Bhangra is a highly regarded professional Bhangra group that provides the finest Asian, Indian and Bollywood Entertainment for Weddings, Parties, Corporate Events, Festivals & more. It is one of the oldest and finest Bollywood & Punjabi Bhangra showcasing the varied taste of Ireland too in Bollywood style. Started in the year 2008, today Shamrock Bhangra is a synonym to high energy, ethnic & most lovable music group in Ireland. Shamrock Bhangra is known for its high-energy & breathtaking performances and is dedicated to entertaining people of all ages and backgrounds.

About Bhangra Dance
Bhangra is a traditional form of dance that originated in the 14th century, from Punjab, a region currently extending over part of Northern India and Eastern Pakistan, which traditionally has been a rural state, made up of a network of villages. The name “Punjab” means the “land of five rivers” so-called because of the five rivers that flow through it. Due to this, the region has extremely good soil and is considered ideal farming land. Bhangra was initially used as a celebratory folk dance that heralded the coming of spring, or Vaisakhi, as it is known. When the Punjabi wheat farmers danced and sang songs about village life to help pass the time while working in the fields. This ritual became a part of the annual harvest festival called Vaisakhi.

Are you ready? Let's dance!

Date: Mar 27th, 2021 (Saturday)
Time: 11am - 12nn
Venue: Zoom (the zoom link will be sent by email 2 days before the event)
Free Event 

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Date & Time

Saturday, 27 March 2021
11:00 - 12:00 GMT


Online Event

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