Do ya Doonya? Bollywood exercise comes home to Mississippi

April 9, 2013

Business

Doonya, a Bollywood-dance inspired fitness & media company, is promoting a new video series that brings Old World dance with New World exercise.

Laurel native and co-owner Kajal Desai talked with MBJ-TV earlier this week about the physical benefits of the workout and how it is sweeping larger markets in Washington D.C. and Los Angeles.

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Desai says Doonya (which means “world”) is about making fitness a fun, happy, positive experience. The dances are based on culture and religious ceremonial performances that Desai learned as a child. Some workouts can burn as much as 500 calories in one hour and Doonya keeps the DVDs at an affordable price point ($25, three-DVD set).

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Desai will be offering a special introductory Doonya class tonight at Brickhouse Cardio in Flowood from 7-8 PM. An additional class is also scheduled for April 16 at Curves in Ellisville.

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Stephen McDill joined the Mississippi Business Journal in 2008 after working in radio and television. He is a graduate of Belhaven University and has won awards for his writing and photojournalism from the Associated Press and Mississippi Press Association.

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