Want to de-stress, tone up your body or build your confidence? How about all of that sprinkled with some fun? Listen to your doctor and step on the dance floor// .
'I tried going to the gym to tone up my body but it didn't work. Then I started going for walks but I got bored of that as well. Finally, I put on my dancing shoes and I haven't stopped since,' said Suman Vohra, a doctor at the Apollo Hospital here.
Learning various dance forms like merengue, cha cha, jive, waltz and, of course, the more famous salsa, Vohra is among the many doctors who are stepping on the dance floor to de-stress themselves from their physically and mentally taxing schedules.
'Doctors are probably the most stressed individuals because they have to deal with pain and worry every day. But when they are on the dance floor, they are the most creative,' Aamir Ahmed, instructor of the Ballrumours Dance Studio, told IANS.
Ahmed has been conducting workshops in various corporate offices like Tata Consultancy Services, Discovery Channel, HCL Technologies and India Times and is heartened by the 'very enthusiastic' response.
But lately he's got a huge demand from the medicos.
'I started conducting dance workshops in the Apollo Hospital on two days, for a duration of one hour. Initially the male doctors would just peep in and go away while the women took to the floor with great gusto.
'But slowly the men came around. Now I have one-is-to-one ratio,' Ahmed pointed out.
Following the success with the doctors of Apollo Hospital, their counterparts at Max Healthcare Hospital want to do some cha cha cha as well.
Other than rejuvenating the doctors, the workshops have been very popular with the support staff too because it helps to break the ice between people.
'Most doctors and the non-medical staff didn't know each other well. But these sessions have helped them get to know each other Page: 1 2 Related medicine news :1
. Cancer Doctors Okays Controversial Prostate Therapy2
. Doctors needed urgently in Gujarat3
. Doctors operate upon patients in candlelight- latest from the quake scene4
. Doctors at risk- the ugly side of the noble profession5
. Doctors advice early anemia tests6
. Emphasis to ban Drugs ads by Doctors7
. Doctors not to accept gifts from drug companies8
. Gene testing kit specific for Doctors 9
. Doctors warned of fluoride toxicity10
. Doctors decisions are affected by fear of lawsuits- says a study11
. Bihar High Court Intervenes To End Doctors Strike