[Press Release] WAITUFIT Wellness & Leisure Club to host its second annual Sports Day

WaituFit participants at last event

The WaiTuFit360 Sports & Leisure Club of Dominica is inviting members of the public, organisations, and sports and health enthusiasts to join them on May 7, for the second annual WaiTuFit 360 Sports Day event.

This year the event will see competing teams participate in a variety of traditional sports, including lime & spoon, needle & thread, sack race, tug of war, shave the balloon, hopscotch, double dutch, and many others for the chance to win the 2023 Sports Day Champion Title.

The aim of this event is to promote fitness, health, and well-being among our club members and community. We believe that sports play an important role in keeping our minds and bodies healthy, and we want to encourage our membership and our community to be more active and engaged.

Throughout the day, the club anticipates that they will showcase the work of WaiTuFit while also advocating for health-conscious living, and keeping active while also making health-focused lifestyle changes.

According to Club PRO Rhonisha Abraham “Waitufit360 as a group continues the journey to 360 health and is inviting the entire community of fellow health and sports enthusiasts”.

Together we are embracing the challenge of encouraging appreciation of self, and dedication to health.

For additional information, or to register your team, family, or organisation please contact Kimara Matthew at (767)317-7171

About Wai-Tu-Fit 360

Wai-Tu-Fit 360, officially launched on 19 March 2022, as a membership-based organization with a health and wellness platform. The Club and its members advocate for mind, body, and soul wellness using a very visual platform to fight against Non-Communicable Diseases (NCDs) such as cancer, high blood pressure, and diabetes as these core morbidities have been significantly affecting the wider community of Dominica. Wai-Tu-Fit 360’s mission is to encourage people all over the world to love and appreciate their bodies while embracing the concept of living their best lives through dance.

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