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GUWAHATI, Jan 24 � Professionals from different fields, entrepreneurs and homemakers will try their best to leave an imprint at a function scheduled on January 25 from 5 pm at the ITA Centre for Performing Arts, Machkhowa.

The programme, �Shimmy Shake�, will bring for the audience a bouquet of selected dance forms choreographed by Twinkle Toes Dance Academy. The show, an annual endeavour of the dance academy to provide a platform to the young people to showcase their talent, will this time will bring women from various background on the stage.

Apart from contemporary dance forms, the show will have folk dance presentations that will give a glimpse into the colourful cultural diversity of the country. �Of late a lot of women are evincing keen interest to learn various dance forms. For these women, this is an outlet for reducing stress as well as an exercise to keep them physically and mentally fit,� said Poonam of the Twinkle Toes Dance Academy.

Along with kids who would be performing, some of their mothers would also be taking part in a few presentations. According to Bandita whose two children would be performing on the day, the day would be special in her life because she would make a debut on stage. �I decided to learn dance to get out of the routine schedule and keep my mind and body fit. This is the best exercise for me because I am enjoying it,� she added.

For mothers like Priyanka and Sweta, dance is also a medium to forget the tension of a hectic city life. They feel that perfection is not as important as enjoying what one does. �I am not at all perfect. But still I am continuing with dance and looking forward to our programme. Mistakes will be there as we are just learning but I feel for women this is one of the best options to bust their stress,� said Sweta.

On the other hand, for Akriti who is an entrepreneur and mother of one child, learning something new is always exciting and challenging.

A few print media professionals would also be performing in the show.

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Evening of dances today

GUWAHATI, Jan 24 � Professionals from different fields, entrepreneurs and homemakers will try their best to leave an imprint at a function scheduled on January 25 from 5 pm at the ITA Centre for Performing Arts, Machkhowa.

The programme, �Shimmy Shake�, will bring for the audience a bouquet of selected dance forms choreographed by Twinkle Toes Dance Academy. The show, an annual endeavour of the dance academy to provide a platform to the young people to showcase their talent, will this time will bring women from various background on the stage.

Apart from contemporary dance forms, the show will have folk dance presentations that will give a glimpse into the colourful cultural diversity of the country. �Of late a lot of women are evincing keen interest to learn various dance forms. For these women, this is an outlet for reducing stress as well as an exercise to keep them physically and mentally fit,� said Poonam of the Twinkle Toes Dance Academy.

Along with kids who would be performing, some of their mothers would also be taking part in a few presentations. According to Bandita whose two children would be performing on the day, the day would be special in her life because she would make a debut on stage. �I decided to learn dance to get out of the routine schedule and keep my mind and body fit. This is the best exercise for me because I am enjoying it,� she added.

For mothers like Priyanka and Sweta, dance is also a medium to forget the tension of a hectic city life. They feel that perfection is not as important as enjoying what one does. �I am not at all perfect. But still I am continuing with dance and looking forward to our programme. Mistakes will be there as we are just learning but I feel for women this is one of the best options to bust their stress,� said Sweta.

On the other hand, for Akriti who is an entrepreneur and mother of one child, learning something new is always exciting and challenging.

A few print media professionals would also be performing in the show.