Actress Malaika Arora is coming with her own fitness solution Diva Yoga, a yoga studio.
She has tied up with celebrity management and entertainment marketing company Exceed Entertainment and yoga studio Zorba for Diva Yoga, described as an elite yoga studio.
"Endorsing a fit lifestyle doesn't come easy but once it is ingrained in you, the benefits are numerous. Fitness has certainly helped me become more active, mindful and peaceful in life," Malaika said in a statement.
"I can multitask and straddle the various roles - that of an artist, mother and businesswoman with more focus and deliver better. Taking off from the thought of making fitness accessible to the woman of today, Zorba and I have come together to form Diva Yoga," she added.
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