Halloween Freeletics By The Beach - October 31st

October 20, 2015





Bali, Indonesia – 16 October, 2015 – Sheraton Bali Kuta Resort, located in the heart of Kuta on the Indonesian island of Bali, presents “Halloween Freeletics by the Beach,” an annual benefit for UNICEF. The resort  anticipates that close to 1,500 Freeletics enthusiasts will participate in this specially-themed event featuring a newly-developed training method that consists of high-intensity workouts designed to achieve individual personal goals.


Sheraton Bali Kuta Resort’s “Halloween Freeletics by the Beach” takes place on Saturday, October 31, with an early start of 6 a.m. on Bali’s famous Kuta Beach.


Guests who participate in “Halloween Freeletics by the Beach” will attend a 60-minute Freeletics class, get use of exercise mats and enjoy refreshments. All are encouraged to elevate the experience by adding a touch of Halloween to their workout gearby wearing a costume, make-up or adding holiday-themed accents. Guests will replenish their energy by enjoying delicious bites prepared by Sheraton Bali Kuta Resort’s food and beverage team, and also will have the opportunity to win a special door prize. Event tickets are available for IDR 100,000 per person, and Sheraton Bali Kuta Resort will donate all event proceeds to help children in need through the UNICEF Check Out for Children Challenge program.


Freeletics is a sports activity that supports a flexible exercise routine, enabling one to workout anywhere and anytime using an iPhone or Android app.  A personal coach provides new workouts weekly, and the app allows workout times to be recorded. Users can follow athletes and compare times, and become part of Freeletic’s huge community of athletes.


The UNICEF Check Out for Children Challenge is a staff fundraising competition among Starwood Hotels & Resorts.  It began in 2003 and continues to gather strong support throughout Starwood Hotels and Resorts in the Asia Pacific region. For the past 18 years, Starwood Hotels and Resorts has partnered with UNICEF to raise funds for a number of worthy causes that benefit impoverished children around the world.


Dario Orsini, general manager for Sheraton Bali Kuta Resort, noted that Starwood has been in partnership with UNICEF globally since 1995.  One reason the company focuses on education is because of the conviction that each child has the right to be able to go to school. Orsini added that it is widely believed that without education, a child’s development can be stunted by poor health, malnutrition, and a lack of opportunity. Orsini said Sheraton Bali Kuta Resort is dedicated to helping ceate opportunity for every child in order to break the poverty circle and to pursue life goals through sport. This year the resort chose the Freeletics session as a transformational activity for sport lovers’ to achieve their goals and gain a better understanding about a healthy lifestyle. 


Enriching participants’ experiences, “Halloween Freeletics by the Beach” will start with registration at 6 AM at Kuta Beach entrancefollowed by refreshment and exercise mat redeemption. Sheraton Bali Kuta Resort is engaging Ms. Agnes from Freeletics Community Bali as the instructor, and participants will be challenged to motivate themselves through Freeletics with exercises consisting of a body weight training method without the need for external weights. It also features fun, high-intensity workouts customized for every athlete’s personal goals. Freeletics athletes can benefit in a number of ways such as gaining weight property to build muscle, losing weight, improving appearance, building stamina and changing the mindset. The health benefits   encourage guests to join the event and help positively impact communities.


For further information, please contact: feby.dilliawan@sheraton.com  or visit  www.sheratonbalikuta.com

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