SARVA and DIVA to host over 1,200 online live sessions
India’s fastest growing wellness studio chain SARVA and its women-centric arm DIVA to host over 1200 online live sessions over the next one month.
India's fastest growing wellness studio chain SARVA and its women-centric arm DIVA to host over 1200 online live sessions over the next one month.
SARVA India's Fastest growing Yoga and wellness studio chain and DIVA Yoga, its women-centric arm have rolled out several digital initiatives to help those staying at home during the ongoing coronavirus crisis to be healthy – mentally, physically and emotionally.
For SARVA, it is Accessible at live.sarva.com and for DIVA, it is on DIVA's Instagram handle at 7.30 am, 11 am, 5 pm and 9 pm every day, over 1200 "expert guided live sessions" are being held with the aim of making the best use of technology to reach out to people.
These virtual classes will help people stay fit and build their immunity apart from remaining calm and healthy even at home.
These specially designed modules range from high-intensity calorie burning and immunity building flows to meditation, gratitude and sound healing sessions.
A daily-guided gratitude routine has also been launched to assist people stay calm and avoid panic and anxiety in these uncertain times just before they go to bed in the night.
From Live sessions with Aishwaryaa Dhanush, Malaika Arora, Tamanah Bhatia and Sarvesh Shashi to a calming musical evening with Ankur Tewari and a fun habit mentoring session with Habbit Coach Ash Din Doc, the brand's overall aim is to foster a positive outlook in people.
Through SARVA's guided workout sessions, up to 10k people can practice yoga every day and get real-time feedback from trainers.
In this first-of-its-kind live session, the participants can also see each other making it a huge online community of yoga enthusiasts working out together.