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2017, Thu

Nov

16

Free Gym Classes & Spa Sessions!

Eating healthy food (especially when it’s on discount) is most certainly a respectable way to try to shed a few pounds, but we all know it’s slightly pointless without a bit of exercise here and there.

The problem with exercise though, and we’re sure some will agree, is that it’s too darn expensive. And before you tell us that jogging is free, there’s something about running around Beijing while breathing in that fresh winter air that just sounds a bit off.

Anyway, here’s the thing. We’ve found the perfect solution.

As part of our Sherpa’s Fitness & You celebrations, we’ve managed to get F45, Basefit and AWA Health Spa to provide you guys with some free classes and sessions!

Read up on them, choose which ones you want to attend and make sure you sign up in the comments section or via direct message when we release each establishment’s individual posts. They’ll be coming up this week and next!

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F45 Chaowai class on Nov. 19th

Hailing from Australia, F45 Training merges 3 separate leading-edge fitness training styles into one, consummate and compelling group training experience. F45 Training combines elements of High-Intensity Interval Training (HIIT), Circuit Training, and Functional Training. The fusion of these three training concepts has led to the development of 27 different, 45 minute workout experiences, with more in development by our F45 Athletics Department.

F45 provides individuals with guidance and support in 2 key aspects of their health; fitness and community because at F45 we are a community that trains together to reach their fitness goal.

F45 is now the fastest growing fitness company in the world with studios opening up around the globe. Functional 45 was designed based on the style of HIIT Training

Time : SUNDAY NOVEMBER 19TH, 10 am

Class type : Cardio

Class name : GRAVITY

Remarks: Zero equipment workout

Number of members per class: 18 people

Address : Room 2326, F3, Shangdu Soho north tower building, No.8 Dongdaqiaolu, Chaoyang district.

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Base Fit class on Nov. 25th

Base Fit is Beijing’s first fitness center to focus on all aspects of physical health. Through innovative workouts, top of the line facilities, and passionate, experienced trainers, Base Fit provides customers with a holistic platform to become the best version of themselves.

Base Fit have pioneered a new style of training called B Fit. Using only the best techniques from body building, body weight training, running, cycling, boxing, kick boxing and yoga, each workout is curated so anybody can seamlessly participate in the finest workout of their lives regardless of their age and fitness level.

Time : Saturday NOVEMBER 25TH, 10 am

Class type : Cardio

Class name : Victoria Secret

Remarks: Zero equipment workout

Number of members per class: 18 people

Address : 39-3 Xingfu’ercun (behind Bentley and Rolls Royce), Chaoyang District

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AWA HEALTH Spa experience on Nov. 26th

AWA HEALTH is an Israeli company that has built unique salt rooms which are equipped with the finest dry saline halo generators for people who wish to enjoy anti-pollution salt therapy.

Step into their snow white salt room, enjoy the peaceful sound of the waves and breathe in that ocean air while indulging yourself in a relaxing massage. The ideal experience if you’re looking to disconnect after a hard work at week.

Time : SUNDAY NOVEMBER 26TH, 10:30 am

Spa type : Salt Therapy

Remarks: Anti-pollution salt therapy

Number of members per session: 10 people

Address : L411, 4th floor, Building 1, The Place, Chaoyang District

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Stay tuned for each establishment’s individual WeChat post this week and next to sign up!

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2017, Thu

Nov

16

Whether you’re a budding sports therapist, a minor athlete in search of advice or just someone who tends to get injured all the time, you won’t want to miss this special apperance from Esa Zhang, the current performance and rehabilitation coach of China’s Gymnastics and Women’s Basketball teams.

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He’ll be giving a 30 minute speech on fundamental movement skills, physical training and coaching principles (among several other topics) before engaging in a Q&A session with the audience. Plus, as his work isn’t limited strictly to athletes, he’ll also be addressing everyday movements and the things we can do to prevent harming our bodies.

Interested? Here’s some more information about Esa Zhang to get you prepared..

Esa Zhang has studied and excelled in the fields of physical, manual and movement therapy as well as sport-specific physical training in Finland and the United States.

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He received a comprehensive certificate from Discover Movement in the USA which enabled him to become a certified functional and performance training specialist and then worked in Finland for over 10 years as a physical, manual and movement therapist and performance trainer of national level boxers, ice hockey and track and field teams.

In 2016 he became the performance and rehabilitation coach of China’s Gymnastics and Women’s Basketball teams, but his expertise actually encompasses ordinary folk as well as athletes.

So, up for a lesson or two on physical therapy and coaching? Here are the different topics Esa Zhang will address..

1. Fundamental movement skills

2. Movement environment ““challenges and solutions”

3. The elements of human movement

4. Physical training and coaching principles

5. Facilitating the success

6. Sport specific power and physical training

7. Q&A

See you there!

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2017, Thu

Oct

12

Two famous Shanghai institutions, Spread the Bagel and Mr. Waffle, are joining forces on Sunday, October 15th from 10am-6pm to throw down the WAGEL, a hybrid of delicious waffles meets bagelwich fillings. Expect huge portions and tasty ingredients like sunny side up eggs and crispy bacon, smoked salmon, grilled chicken, and Nutella. What’s not to love? Mr. Waffle will be on the decks, and Vedett beer will be flowing from the tap – good times are guaranteed!

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 Take a look at the delicacies awaiting you….

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Monkey Business: French toasted wagels with Nutella, banana, cream, and icing sugar.

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Bacon, Egg & Cheese Wagel: Fried eggs, crispy bacon, cheese, and tomato on an EVERYTHING WAGEL!

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Foxy “Salmon” Loxy: Smoked salmon, cream cheese, capers, dill, onion, lemon juice, salt & pepper on an EVERYTHING WAGEL.

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Grilled Chicken:  House spiced grilled chicken, bacon, cheese, tomato, and arugula on an EVERYTHING WAGEL.

We can’t wait!

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2017, Mon

Jun

19

 

Well, our Birthday is over and Tandoor’s celebratory deals have ended. But that doesn’t mean they stopped offering sweet deals completely. Today, snatch up their Chicken Tikka with tender, marinated pieces of moist chicken slowly roasted in a tandoor oven at 50% off for just 32rmb.

 

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