In what will be a perfect mix of dance, fitness and entertainment, fans of Cure.fit’s hugely popular Dance Fitness format can now get their dance mode on like never before with one of India’s most popular dancers – Remo D’Souza.
A new 4-part show called ‘Moves Like Remo’ will be launched on the Cure.fit app from 14th August onwards with explosive sessions taught by the best in the business.
In this 4-part series, Remo will teach audiences dance fitness routines across 3 popular styles—Bollywood, Street Style, and Remo Special—which will culminate in a Finale Dance Party blending all three.
Moreover, he will also share exclusive behind the scenes stories from the most popular dance numbers as choreographed by him for the best in Bollywood.
These special episodes will go live on the app at 6pm on 14th, 24th and 31st August with the Finale Dance Party airing on 7th September.
Each session guarantees an energetic workout session in 50 minutes at the end of which Remo will also teach a “FitStep” or a signature dance step to the audience.
Attendees also have a chance to get featured in a 3-minute dance video curated by Remo which will feature clips of various customers dancing to different parts of the song.
The launch of ‘Moves like Remo’ is another step forward in the Cure.fit live fitness journey and adds another renowned name to its growing list of celebrity trainers. Cure.fit started offering live fitness classes across its various formats once the lockdown commenced in mid-March.
On 3rd April, Cure.fit also launched its Cure.fit live Masterclasses—a series of workouts by a stellar lineup of celebrities, athletes, sportspersons, and other famous influencers such as Mandira Bedi, Yasmin Karachiwala, PV Sindhu, Mary Kom, Jonty Rhodes, Nora Fatehi, and so on.
Naresh Krishnaswamy, Growth & Marketing Head, Cure.fit, said, “We are so happy to have Remo D’Souza join in on our Cure.fit live journey with this exclusive 4-part special.
“Our users really enjoy the Dance Fitness format because it makes getting fit extremely fun and cuts through the monotony of regular workouts.
“Learning some dance moves from a renowned dancer like Remo will surely generate excitement and interest from the audience,” Krishnaswamy said.
Remo D’Souza, Indian dancer, Choreographer and Film Director, said, “I am who I am because of my audience. After being a judge for several years on dance shows.
“I felt that my viewers needed a more personal one-on-one interaction with me.
“This association with Cure.fit gives me the perfect platform to offer a more connected experience to my audience in my original avatar as a dancer and a choreographer. I am really happy to be a part of this initiative,” D’Souza said.