Learning music can be fun especially for women in India who post marriage give up on their career and dreams and at some point of time absolutely stop loving themselves. Jyotsana and Himani started Music Factory for all such women and fitness freak who have every right to be happy, fit and in love with themselves.
Himani Divishaj was born and educated in Kanpur and finally settled in Lucknow. A qualified Teacher she is a passionate dancer trained in Kathak with bollywood dancing her forte. She joined hands with Jyotsana to pursue her dream venture and fulfil her passion of creating performers.
Born and educated in Lucknow, Jyotsana Walia was always passionate about dancing and performing arts since childhood. A Management professional and possessing experience in Marketing she worked in corporate for quite some time even though on the back of her mind was always a dream to do something in music and performing arts. She finally pursued her dream by starting a Music Institute named The Music Factory in Mahanagar, Lucknow.
The Music Factory” is a place where both these enterprising women fulfil their dreams. From Zumba fitness, to classical and western dance they also provide training on all musical instruments. Committed to the core they belive in brining out the best in each student they have. The Music Factory is dedicated to teaching ‘authentic’ western and classical Indian music and dances at reasonable fees including Zumba, Yoga and Aerobics fitness workouts. It employs dedicated professionals who believe in excellence and fun learning. There are 4 popular schedule variations for regular students. 5 days a week, 3 days a week, twice a week on the weekends and Sunday only depending on dance forms and the course.
This institute also conducts special classes for working professionals, kids and ladies in different batches during the day and in the evenings. Some of the dance forms and fitness workouts taught are Kathak, Bharatnatayam, Western Bollywood, Hip Hop, Salsa, Modern Contemporary, Vocal, Guitar , Keyboard, Zumba, Aerobics, variations of dance workouts and Yoga. The Centre is open 6 days a week. In conversation Raj Smriti @ Folktales.