The AIA Vitality Hub, a bespoke venue hosting health and wellness classes and events for the Hong Kong public, has officially launched. Located at the iconic Hong Kong Observation Wheel and AIA Vitality Park, the AIA Vitality Hub provides another unique location to help enrich the lives of Hongkongers and guests through free and accessible-to-all activities and classes.  Daily classes and events that will be updated monthly.

 Designed in collaboration with wellness industry professionals who have been involved in programmes at the AIA Vitality Park over the past four years, the classes at AIA Vitality Hub include a mix of traditional, modern and progressive activities that build skills, provide knowledge and benefit the mind and body. The focus of each offering is to educate, motivate and inspire people of all ages to enjoy active lifestyles and adopt healthy living habits. 

A Large Range Of Classes For All Ages And Levels

The programme at the AIA Vitality Hub provides high-quality activities and classes for all demographics and abilities, from children through to the elderly, from beginner through to the experienced. Designed and taught by some of Hong Kong’s leading wellness and fitness industry professionals, the scope of experiences on offer range from skill development such as building mobility and agility, to knowledge based classes on topics such as nutrition and sleep, and activities that support mindfulness such as Tai Chi and Yoga

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Yoga class at AIA Vitality Hub, At Central Harbourfront

To inspire health and wellness from a young age, there is a variety of classes for children aged 18 months through to their teens, from Rugbytots that teaches how to catch, pass, kick, run with the ball and play as part of a team, to KIDS Acro Yoga by MOVE Studio, and Brazilian Football Academy that teaches sportsmanship, discipline, leadership, teamwork and physical conditioning through the playing of football. 

To help adults make fitness part of their daily routine, there are classes that span multiple disciplines to ensure there’s something for everyone to enjoy, like:

  • The cardio focused Running Club led by Ultramarathon Runner and Coach Wong Chun Kiu.
  • The FitCamp which is a high energy, full-body workout with Co-Founder of MiU Training Hub and Nike Trainer George Iu.
  • A Capoeira workshop, a Brazilian martial art that combines elements of dance, acrobatics, and music, led by Hong Kong School of Capoeira.
  • Or, lower intensity activities such as Zumba, Sunset Yoga and Fusion Fitness.

A purpose to help people live healthier, longer and better

In addition, the AIA Vitality Hub will generate both online and offline content for the education and advocacy of fitness, wellness and a healthy lifestyle, for people to access freely online when they desire.  Nutritionists and dietitians from PURE Nutrition will run regular Health Talks

“The launch of the AIA Vitality Hub demonstrates again AIA’s commitment to the community of Hong Kong and underlies our Purpose to help people live Healthier, Longer, Better Lives. We are excited by how the AIA Vitality Hub will be embraced by the public and enjoyed by all members of society as we help champion accessible health and wellness for all”, says Mr. Stuart A. Spencer, AIA Group Chief Marketing Officer.

A monthly programme of special wellness events and classes will be updated regularly throughout the year and promoted mid-month in advance.

For the full December and January line up of classes and to book, visit the registration website

Image credit: Courtery of AIA Vitality Hub / Sinclair Communications

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