Four Seasons rolls out healthy Ramadan campaign

Egyptian personal trainer Manal Rostom is the ‘Move This Ramadan’ campaign ambassador

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Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts will roll out ‘Move This Ramadan’ campaign in May,  which aims to help those who are fasting to feel energised and maintain their fitness levels.

According to a statement, the campaign, which was first launched in 2017, will offer "light and enjoyable" exercise opportunities throughout the holy month, in order to encourage those fasting to participate in gentle physical activity with family and friends.

Egyptian personal trainer Manal Rostom, a Nike ambassador and the “first” hijabi Arab woman to appear in a commercial for the sportswear brand, has been chosen as the ‘Move This Ramadan’ ambassador, the statement revealed.

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Reportedly, Rostom has scaled some of the world’s highest mountains and completed 12 marathons, four of which are World Marathon Majors, and will be leading a special exercise session at Four Seasons Resort Dubai at Jumeirah Beach.

The campaign, which is being rolled out at a total of 16 Four Seasons addresses across the Middle East, North Africa and Asia, will include sunset jogging sessions around the promenade at Four Seasons Hotel Abu Dhabi at Al Maryah Island, to outdoor yoga classes with views of the Caspian Sea at Four Seasons Hotel Baku.

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