Fit & Fabulous at Hyde Park CornerSubmitted by MyPressportal Team
Hyde Park Corner just stepped things up a notch with an event that you definitely do not want to miss!
Made to be Fit
“Some people want it to happen, some wish it would happen, others make it happen.” – Michael Jordan
Fit is the new fabulous! Hyde Park Corner is the venue for Fitness Market hosted by SWT which is headed up by well-known personal trainer Thato Manaka. As self-confessed health fanatic with more than a decade of experience in the fitness industry, Thato has put together a programme of classes which will take place on the Hyde Park Corner P2 Rooftop Parking Level on Saturday, 30 April from 08h00 to 12h00.
The Fitness Market has been designed to equip attendees with easy everyday tips on training and how to live a healthier life. The workouts will be broken down into four sessions of 45 minutes each and will include functional training, kick boxing and Yoga elements. Attendees can also look forward to fitness focused traders who will be selling items relating to food & drinks, fashion and aesthetics.
This one-day event on the P2 Rooftop has a maximum capacity of 200 people so book your tickets now via Webtickets (adults: R250 and kids: R100). Registration will take place on site at 07h00 and the first session will start at 08h00.
Enjoy a shopping experience that is Made for You at Hyde Park Corner on the corner of William Nicol Drive and Jan Smuts Avenue in Hyde Park, Johannesburg.
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Hyde Park Corner Operating Hours:
Monday to Saturday: 9am – 6pm
Sundays and Public Holidays: 10am – 3pm
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ABOUT HYDE PARK CORNER: The hallmark of a Hyde Park Corner shopping experience is the desire to repeat it!
Hyde Park Corner is the epitome of ‘fifty something and fabulous’. Since 1969, when it opened as the first fully enclosed decentralized shopping centre in South Africa, this benchmark of South African retail has remained current, relevant, and diverse. Constant re-invention through a series of considered updates both in terms of tenant offering and aesthetics, has been key in consistently offering our customers the benchmark which is synonymous with the Hyde Park Corner retail experience.
Our mall’s trademark offering for discerning shoppers combines a choice of innovative brands intermingled with convenience and a refreshingly authentic flair. Hyde Park Corner’s light and spacious centre in a prime Johannesburg location is home to hundreds of international brands within 110 iconic bespoke retail stores. And because shopping and dining are synonymous with a satisfying shopping experience, six alluring restaurants cater to a diverse range of tastes and occasions, from fine dining to meze on the move.
Hyde Park Corner is the place where creativity and comfort magically connect… a place where shopping for art, antiques, superb fashion, unique homewares, or quirky craftsmanship, is a reality. The Cortina Fashion Court bears testimony to our flair for securing a distinguished blend of international iconic fashion brands and blending them perfectly with the very best in Proudly South African brands. The centre also provides a wide range of medical, dental and health professionals, high-tech banks, cinemas, travel agencies and other services – our offering follows a holistic approach to shopping.
Whether you are popping in on the way home from work for a quick bite or making a day of it with friends, the centre’s timeless elegance remains a huge draw card for local and international visitors.
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