Fun and free workout classes for Klang Valley folk


A yoga class by KL Wellness City held at its gallery in Bukit Jalil.

KL Wellness City’s yoga activities received excellent response from the community in Bukit Jalil, Petaling Jaya and nearby areas.

Each yoga session drew an average of 20 attendees, with the last session on sleep yoga and sound therapy drawing more than 35 enthusiasts.

The sessions were among KL Wellness City’s initiatives as a leading destination in healthcare and wellness to improve the work-life balance of the community.

For July, KL Wellness City is preparing Zumba, Tabata HIIT, aerodance and K-pop workouts.

The free classes will be held on July 4 and July 12 from 8pm to 9pm at its gallery in Bukit Jalil, opposite Pavilion Bukit Jalil.

Executive branding director (sales and marketing) Datuk Seri Dr Vincent Tiew said: “We are focused on enhancing the physical, mental and social well-being of the community through our workouts which combine many exciting genres.”

First-timers need not hesitate to join the Zumba, aerodance and K-pop classes which are designed for beginners.

Zumba is a form of aerobic exercise based on Latin American dance rhythms which involve some basic easy-to-learn movements.

Meanwhile, aerodance and K-pop combine dance moves and fitness.

They are both fun ways to burn calories and stay fit.

Participants can test their coordination, have fun and get a cardio workout all at the same time.

KL Wellness City managing director Datuk Dr Colin Lee was happy with the good response from the public and staff.

“Wellness programmes boost morale and productivity.

“Therefore, having regular fitness activities is important for our staff,” said Lee.

Advance registration for the classes is required.

To sign up for future sessions at KL Wellness City, log in to https://bit.ly/kl wellness-city-yoga-wellness

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