Kick­ing Away Sum­mer Blues

Kick­box­ing classes by Pan­cham Prashar

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“Kick­box­ing train­ing also up­lifts one’s spir­i­tual, men­tal and emo­tional be­ing,” Pan­cham Prashar, mar­tial arts in­struc­tor

Pan­cham Prashar, 39, along with Dr Aman Jain, has been or­gan­is­ing kick­box­ing, mar­tial arts, yoga and ses­sions on nu­tri­tion and health for chil­dren and adults for the past three years. Hav­ing trained more than 200 stu­dents, Prashar says that there is more to mar­tial arts than just the fre­quently-talked about phys­i­cal fit­ness as­pect. “The train­ing also up­lifts one’s spir­i­tual, men­tal and emo­tional be­ing,” he says. For him, train­ing young­sters has al­ways been a plea­sur­able ex­pe­ri­ence. “I felt tremen­dous growth in my­self as the years of train­ing pro­gressed and rea­sons to con­tinue prac­tic­ing trans­formed.” Save the Date The sum­mer ses­sion started mid-April. Classes from 7 am to 8 am. Con­tact Amshi Fit­ness House # 1170,

Sec 15 B Chandi­garh Tel 9876008992 Email pan­cham.prashar@gmail.com

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