Hello folks! Come celebrate International Yoga Day with us at Lodi. Because the 21st is a Tuesday this year, we’re celebrating on the following Sunday, with a morning yoga practice with our favourite yoga teachers. This year, we’re partnering with Kyogiwellness, so thank you Kyogiwellness for turning up and taking class! We’ll assemble at 7.30 AM Sunday June 26th at Gate #1 of Lodi Gardens, near the Lodi restaurant, and walk in and find a nice spot to practice. Please bring a yoga mat and a water bottle, be suitably attired. Please feel free to invite other friends and family members to this. No fees, just show up.
Saturday 18th June 3.00-4.30 pm: Adults section Sunday 19th June 3.00-4.30 pm: Kids section Rs 1,000 per person ABOUT THE WORKSHOP This workshop is open for all levels of aerial artists who are seeking to develop their knowledge of the rope. This class will provide students with a comprehensive training program to open the expressive possibilities of the rope and develop the specific strength and techniques required for moving fluidly and effortlessly from one trick to the next. The goal of the workshop is to share, create figures/tricks, and develop your own personal style. Some rope tricks that you will learn can also be applied to silks/tissu.
We’re very proud announce that we’re starting a mountaineering fitness program with Abhijeet Singh. Abhijeet is one of the best alpinists in the country, and is a nature photographer who has combined his passions for fitness, the outdoors and photography in a unique way. Abhijeet is starting a thrice weekly program at Delhi Rock called Mountain Strong. This class is geared towards people who want to train indoors for epic things outdoors! Abhijeet and Delhi Rock are also working on putting together technical mountaineering trips to add technique to this conditioning foundation. Continue reading →
14th & 15th May 10 – 1 pm both days Rs 1000 / 1800 Trained by the Bolshoi Ballet in Moscow, Yaroslava Yara has had 26 years of learning ballet, gymnastics and contemporary dance. She won the Grand Prix for dancing for young talents at the age of 10 in Russia.
Apr 30, 11.30 am – 1.30 pm Rs 1,000 Jenny is back in Delhi for a day and doing a follow-on to her earlier acro workshops at DR, this time with a focus on handstands and inversions. Whether you’re an experienced acroyogi, jamming at Lodi gardens, or new to the form, do attend this if you can, Jenny’s great. Read on for details and registration.
We are pleased to introduce our new “yeti” mascot. What’s a Yeti? That legendary creature which lurks in the Himalayas. What a more appropriate mascot for our beloved gym? @delhirock: Social Media Campaign In the run-up to Delhi Rock’s 2nd year anniversary on May 4th, we are launching a social media campaign tomorrow. Help us #NameTheYeti! The best name will win our new Yeti T-shirt and a pass to a class of your choice (Aerial silks, Climbing or Krav Maga). Follow us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram if you have not done so already!
Sat 7th May 11.00 am to 1.00 pm Sun 8th May 11.00 am to 1.00 pm Rs 1,000 for 1st day | Rs 1,600 for both days ABOUT QI GONG The word Qi Gong is composed of two Chinese ideograms: QI, meaning breath, energy; and GONG, representing work, the means utilised, as well as mastering the objective aimed at.
Hi everybody, I’m happy to announce that Lin Rahman and Ruta Sidlauskaite will be coming on board as volunteers at Delhi Rock from this month onwards. We’ve needed a bit more rigour and systematisation at the gym for a while, and with Lin and Ruta helping out, things should improve quickly.
Dasha’s students have been working hard on their silks all year, and are putting together a showcase of aerial silks pieces to demonstrate the beauty and strength of this form. Please join us at 5.30 PM on the 3rd of April at Delhi Rock to celebrate their hard work! This is not a ticketed event, you just need to be present at 5.30 PM on Sunday to get your seat for the show.
Dates April 1st to 17th 2016 Cost Club format (pay your own costs), estimate 60-85k from Delhi, spend depends on your choice of acco, porters, etc. Everest’s daunting summit soars so high that trekking to its base camp (17,590′) is still an adventure of the highest sort. Join us on a 17-day Himalayan trek to Everest Base Camp through some of the world’s most spectacular mountain scenery. Discover the historic treasures of Kathmandu, stay in villages set against soaring, jagged pinnacles; get to know the unique culture of the Sherpas; and walk trails lined with mani stones, engraved with Tibetan Buddhist prayers. Discover remote mountain monasteries and learn about the Sherpas’ spiritual perspective on the mountains they call home.