Published on : Monday, May 24, 2021
In a bid to help people in staying healthy and maintaining wellness at home during Covid-19 induced lockdowns, Crowne Plaza Greater Noida has joined hands with Wizard Health and Wellness to launch a week-long virtual fitness program: #PowerFit. The daily one-hour stress buster session is aimed at bringing internally certified workouts by Les Mills to home-bound people, with safety being the priority and fitter community the intention. Ideal for all age groups, the platform is offering live classes on how to perform high-intensity cardio exercises, Yoga, Zumba, Pilates, Tai Chi and more.
Expressing gratitude towards this initiative, Ashwani Nayar, General Manager, Crowne Plaza Greater Noida said, “Owing to the second wave of Covid-19 pandemic, many of us are staying at home and doing less in terms of social interactions and exercise, which is leaving negative effects on both physical and mental health. Improving physical health and well-being have now become the need of hour. With thehelp of PowerFit, we are motivating people to use physical activity and exercise as a strategy to maintain health during this stressful period. The platform serves as our little contribution towards creating a healthier & happier environment, with world class experts leading the way to build emotional resilience and physical health at a time like this.”
With the pandemic led-school closures, the physical and emotional well-being of children has become every parent’s cause for concern. To re-kindly the cheer and positivity into the lives of kids at home,Crowne Plaza Greater Noida is also launching a virtual summer camp “Summer Diaries 2021” from 25th May 2021 till 11th June 2021 in association with Wizard Health and Wellness. The 15-days-long summer camp will include various fun-filled creative and fitness activities including Aerobics, Karate, Zumba, Western dance, Art and & Craft, Singing & Vocal Trainings, Creative Writing and more. The camp will also host complimentary Zumba sessions for parents, along with special webinars on socio-emotional issues with children during lockdown.