Kita Yoga founder Nikita Ramchandani says she will continue to offer online classes at the request of students who do not live in Hong Kong. Photo: Kita Yoga Kita Yoga founder Nikita Ramchandani says she will continue to offer online classes at the request of students who do not live in Hong Kong. Photo: Kita Yoga
Kita Yoga founder Nikita Ramchandani says she will continue to offer online classes at the request of students who do not live in Hong Kong. Photo: Kita Yoga

Online fitness classes: a yoga studio, gym and dance company on embracing virtual workouts and keeping their clients moving

  • Hong Kong-based Kita Yoga, Flye Fitness and Pherform talk about why they will keep doing online classes even after reopening amid relaxing restrictions
  • Kita Yoga's founder says the studio’s virtual sessions enabled old members who had moved away to rejoin, and new ones from around the world to sign up

Topic |   Wellness
Kita Yoga founder Nikita Ramchandani says she will continue to offer online classes at the request of students who do not live in Hong Kong. Photo: Kita Yoga Kita Yoga founder Nikita Ramchandani says she will continue to offer online classes at the request of students who do not live in Hong Kong. Photo: Kita Yoga
Kita Yoga founder Nikita Ramchandani says she will continue to offer online classes at the request of students who do not live in Hong Kong. Photo: Kita Yoga
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