Bollywood Dance Workshop

Want a quick and easy way to get your team moving in the same direction? Tried lots of team building activities and want something new? Bling up your next conference and bring out the bangles. Create some energy with our Bollywood Dance event. It is a creative team building event like no other. Our Bollywood Dance event brings to life the colour and flare of your team in a never before seen experience.

Our Corporate Bollywood dance workshop is interactive, hilarious and a great way to unite your team. It encourages collaboration, self expression and an element of sheer madness – a requisite for all innovative organisations! This activity is perfect for teams that encourage diversity and want a fun way to experience a new culture. We can also incorporate the Bollywood theme into our Movie Making program as a genre.

A professional Corporate Bollywood Dance instructor decked up in a vibrant Indian costume will come to your location to conduct a workshop that will have your team moving like stars.

Colourful Indian scarves, bindis and bangles may be provided for small groups to help everyone get into character. No one is left out, with a role for everyone in the team.

We can even allow teams to create their very own movie. With everyone in character and with a key plot, teams would have to adapt the story around the company values, strategy or mission. Afterwards, there can be a red carpet dinner, with the screening show, complete with awards.

This activity is a fantastic ice-breaker for in-house training sessions or your next conference, allowing for your team to engage and be part of the fun action.

Bollywood Dance – Overview
  • Suitable for both men and women of all ages, backgrounds and fitness levels.
  • Duration: 20 mins – 1 hour
  • Group size: 10 – 500

5 Reasons to book your Bollywood Dance Workshop!

  • Get your team moving in the same direction
  • Liven up your next conference
  • Promote innovation and creativity
  • Get out of your comfort zone!
  • Celebrate multiculturalism and diversity