Yas Marina to add to Train Yas nights
Abu Dhabi, September 17, 2012
Yas Marina Circuit has announced that Yas Primal Boot Camp and Yas Yoga will be permanently added to the schedule at the circuit’s popular Train Yas training nights.
Nick McElwee, spokesperson for Yas Marina Circuit said that the addition of Yas Primal Boot Camp and Yas Yoga to the Train Yas schedule was after a successful trial run and in direct response to the growing demand from the community.
“Since launching Train Yas in 2010 we have seen an overwhelmingly positive response from members of the UAE community. The permanent addition of Yas Primal Boot Camp and Yas Yoga to the calendar solidifies Train Yas’s reputation as the weekly family friendly fitness event in Abu Dhabi.”
Managed by Haddin’s Fitness, Yas Primal Boot Camp is held on Sundays and Tuesdays from 7pm to 8pm at Yas Marina Circuit. Following the format of other popular classes offered by Haddins, the boot camp is based on functional movements - movements the human body is meant to do – as it also guarantees solid results.
Michael Haddin, owner of Haddins Fitness, said: “We’ve seen our Yas Primal Boot Campers undergo tremendous transformations in terms of fitness, strength and weight loss. As a regular class at Yas Marina Circuit, we look forward to seeing more members of the community come out and give it a go.”
Yas Yoga will continue throughout the year with two-hour classes at 6:30pm and 7:45pm every Tuesday night during Train Yas. The classes are suitable for both budding and experienced Yogis as it offers both Kundalini and Hatha types of yoga.
All Train Yas events and activities are open to male and female participants of all ages. Yas Primal Boot Camp sessions are Dh60 ($16.34) per session or Dh400 for four-weeks. Yas Yoga classes are Dh50 per person per class and Yoga mats are provided free of charge. – TradeArabia News Service
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