Daman sponsors fitness evening at Yas Marina Circuit
Abu Dhabi, June 26, 2013
Abu Dhabi-based Yas Marina Circuit offers free entrance to the weekly women-only fitness evening, GoYAS following a sponsorship by Activelife, Daman’s health and lifestyle programme.
The programme encourages women in the community to stay fit and healthy by offering private women’s only fitness activities on circuit’s F1 track every Wednesday evening.
Under Activelife’s sponsorship, which commences today, entrance to GoYAS which includes walking, running and access to cycling will be free of charge while a fee of Dh50 ($13.6) will be applicable for unlimited fitness classes including Yoga, Zumba, Boot Camp, Pilates and Box Fit.
Nutrition and health testing and a staffed children’s playground for children under 12 will also be offered free of charge.
Dr Sven Rohte, Daman’s chief commercial officer, said: “This is a fantastic partnership that mixes Activelife’s philosophy of promoting a healthier lifestyle with Yas Marina Circuit’s unique environment and its on-going commitment of encouraging sports and fitness. This partnership will be a positive example for the Abu Dhabi community and will encourage women to make exercises and activities a regular part of their weekly routine.”
Over 3,000 women have participated in the Wednesday evening event, including 85 per cent Emiratis, since its commencement in April. - TradeArabia News Service
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