The huge new 41,700 sqft TFX facility at Millenia Walk houses a full range of cardio, strength and functional training equipment including from Ziva and Torque. It has three studios including a large spinning studio with ICG bikes and a yoga studio, and offers a wide range of classes including dance, hot yoga and functional training.
It is also home to TFX’s first-ever obstacle race training zone called TerraX. This extensive obstacle race training playground allows members to train for any race and includes a 4x25m running track and obstacles like Tire Flips, Spiderman Walk, Hercules Hoist, Olympic Ring Cross and Rope Climbs. Obstacle race training classes led by specialist TerraX coaches include the TerraX Technix introductory class which teaches the fundamentals and basic technical elements of a variety of obstacles.
Ken Mok, CEO of True Group, remarked, “One of the biggest trends we have seen is the growth towards experiential fitness, that is, fitness activities that offer an added experience on top of the exercise itself. In tandem with this trend is an increased interest and participation in events such as obstacle races. True Group picked up on this trend and launched our new TFX clubs in 2019 to offer a curated fitness experience and a new large TerraX indoor obstacle race training facility with OCR classes at our third TFX club at Millenia Walk.”
CrossFit is a strength and conditioning program that uses a combination of weight lifting, body weight and aerobic exercises challenging your body to adapt and perform in more ways than before. Each workout is designed to improve your capacity in ten domains, accuracy, agility, balance, coordination, endurance, flexibility, power, stamina, strength and speed.
Result: You become Fitter, Faster and Stronger.
Fitness is personal and progressive. They know one size doesn't fit all.
As a Mobilus member, you have access to not only CrossFit but various specialised classes to augment your training needs.
Previously at Liang Court, Taoz Ceramics has relocated to Orchard Gateway.
Ceramics, coming from an ancient era, is such an attractive and mysterious artwork. Making them seems like a difficult project, but now, everyone can have the opportunity to touch this traditional style of art and have his or her own masterpiece.
Taoz Ceramics Studio offers local people and communities a chance to make art by providing them with the best tools. They hold classes and have a studio for guests to make your own crafts.
Taoz Ceramics Studio understands the importance of access to traditional art for people who really want to learn it. They need space to dream, to create, to inspire and to be inspired. That is why we provide our guests with not only space, but also the appropriate training and tools for them to succeed.
All artistic expressions are allowed in their magical Ceramics Studio where people come and create their arts. Whether you want to spend the day or to discover your talent, you can go and enjoy yourself where the world is your oyster.
People of all ages and levels are welcome, so please stop by.
Formerly known as Urban Fairways, Clubhouse took the reins of Singapore’s premier indoor golf café and bar last month. Clubhouse occupies 2,500 feet space in the iconic Capital Tower in Singapore’s downtown Central Business District. It’s a busy indoor golf club with regular members, a cafe and a fantastic 19th hole for busy office executives to meet and relax. The driving force is a passion for hospitality, great wines, whiskies and beer, and, of course, golf.
They are unique in their delivery of state of the art golf training and entertainment in the heart of downtown Singapore. They offer a casual luxury starting at the front door permeating into a great ambience when you cross the threshold. Welcomed by smiling staff, the distinct smell of coffee, and cool music tones, which combine to create an exclusive oasis by day that transforms the club into a buzzing venue at night with great products and excellent service.
As a brand, Common Man has grown its offerings over the years, from delivering quality café experiences to cementing its place as a coffee industry leader and championing sustainability in all areas of the business.
The academy now boasts its own full-fledged 1,100 sqft space, with floor-to-ceiling glass panels along the side, allowing ample natural light to stream in. The academy space which was formerly a printing shop, has maintained elements of its industrial aesthetic that characterises the heritage block surrounding it. CMCR's signature selection of Loveramics ceramic-ware line the wooden and brass shelves up front, alongside a comfortable seating area for guests to relax, while classes take place in the training toom at the back. The academy will serve both wholesale accounts and public consumers alike, offering both groups CMCR's industry-leading barista training.
From aspiring baristas to seasonsed professionals looking to fine tune their craft, CMCR Barista Academy offers a variety of courses. The curriculum taught at CMCR Barista Academy was developed alongside the Australian Barista Academy, and fosters real-world, quantifiable understanding on a full range of barista skills and knowledge, teaching students how to implement their new understanding in a café environment. Knowledge of proper dosing, reading and interpreting colour changes in extraction, milk splitting, pouring techniques and machine maintenance are just some of the skills that students can expect to take away from the courses. Find out more here.
Finally FILA has landed on the most thriving retail and lifestyle point at Marina Bay Sands! Visit their new store for this season's fashionable and versatile active wear.
From its humble beginnings in Biella, Italy in 1911 to its historic introduction of colour on the tennis court in 1973, FILA has always believed that beyond activity, sport is an ever-expanding identity fuelled by passions for excellence, adventure, competition and pleasure. Over the last half-century, the brand has been there for iconic moments to accompany extraordinary individuals in the pursuit of true sport – those who courageously challenge limits and defy expectations through a seamless combination of power and grace. With a philosophy of innovation and a commitment to performance and style, FILA continues to make a statement with styles that are novel in aesthetic, effective in function and as bold and breakthrough as its wearers.
The National Parks Board (NParks) has opened the 5.4-hectare Cyclist Park, a new recreational space at East Coast Park. Featuring a longer view corridor of the marina vista, Cyclist Park boasts two new cycling circuits targeted at learners and experienced cyclists, a nature playgarden and F&B and retail outlets for families.
Located at Area D of East Coast Park, at the previous site of Goldkist Chalets, Cyclist Park is an active node, complementing the tranquillity of the nearby Raintree Cove that opened earlier this year. A one-stop hub for cyclists, visitors can practise cycling techniques at the two cycling circuits, as well as purchase and repair bicycles. It is also a stop along the Round Island Route (RIR).
The two circuits - the Learner Circuit and Advanced Circuit - are conducive spaces for cyclists to hone their skills. Beginners can attempt the 280-metre long Learner Circuit, where gentle slopes, large expanse of flat areas, and a mini BMX adventure trail help improve balance and stamina. The 500-metre long Advanced Circuit, with its undulating tracks, sharp turns, gradual granite steps and narrow bridge, provides a fun challenge for more experienced cyclists.
Open plazas with multiple entry points have replaced what was once the gated Goldkist Chalets and visitors can now enjoy unobstructed views of the sea. Visitors who seek a more tranquil experience can soak in the coastal ambience while lounging on terrazzo benches under the shelter of ketapang (Terminalia catappa L.) and handkerchief trees (Maniltoa browneoides). There are also two F&Bs, one convenience retail store and a bicycle retail shop that also run bicycle related workshops as well as repair services.
Families with children can enjoy a new nature playgarden at East Coast Park within the Cyclist Park. The playgarden uses natural materials such as upcycled wood to create curated play features for children to engage in spontaneous play amid nature. Young ones can develop a sense of discovery and train their balance at the simple obstacle course, and older children can try their hand at the 1.5-metre tall mini climbing wall installed with grips, that was fashioned from a log.
The opening of Cyclist Park marks the completion of the second of three phases in the rejuvenation of East Coast Park, which aims to create more open spaces and vistas of the sea, improve accessibility and enhance amenities. This follows the successful reopening of Raintree Cove earlier this year. The enhancement will be completed in 2020 with the opening of Big Splash.
Cyclist Park is located at East Coast Park Area D and is accessible via East Coast Park Service Road, via the underpass linking Mandarin Gardens to D3 Carpark and via Siglap Park Connector. The nearest bus stop is 90 metres away and is served by bus number 401.
Head to Millenia Walk and get on the bike in Absolute Cycle's new and biggest studio in Asia.
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