UAE,Nov 25, 2015: Body and Soul Health Club and Spa, the award-winning network of health clubs operated by the Hospitality Division of Thumbay Group UAE will celebrate the 44th National Day of the UAE with a variety of activities on Wednesday, 2nd December 2015.
The celebrations which will be heldfrom 4 pm to 6 pm at the Body & Soul outlet in Al Jurf - Ajman next to Gulf Medical University, will begin with aflag hoisting ceremony followed by UAE NationalAnthem. Family games, kid’s activities, arts and craft competitions and best costume competition will follow. Contest winners stand to win attractive prizes. The event is open to the public.
Mr. Farhad C, Director – Hospitality Division of Thumbay Group said: “We are delighted to celebrate the momentous occasion of UAE National Day at Body & Soul, with families and children on 2nd December. As a company that advocates healthy lifestyles and is committed to building a healthy population for the nation, we take this as an opportunity to reiterate our love for the UAE”.
Body and Soul is an internationally inspired leisure management company owned and operated by Thumbay Group UAE.
The company specializes in the planning, design and management of upscale health and leisure facilities and luxury spas. The brand currently has five outlets in the UAE, including ‘elite’ and ‘ladies only’ clubs. Body & Soul Health Club and Spa serves as a one-stop destination offering extensive sports, recreation, fitness, health, social and youth programs. It is one of the few companies that specialize in providing a total solution consulting and management package to developers, owners, hotels and resorts who are considering the development of a spa, health club, wellness centre, recreation or fitness facility.
Body & Soul’s facilities, infrastructure and operating standards are at par with the European standards of health clubs. All classes and workouts are supervised by highly trained, certified instructors. The club management has initiated a massive expansion plan that will see an addition of 100 new family-centered health clubs within the next four years, with 25 of them planned in the next two years.