The Bridge Lifestyle Hub to offer ultimate wellness activities in Abu Dhabi

By Arya M Nair, Official Reporter
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The Bridge Lifestyle Hub, the water-front lifestyle destination, that promotes natural and holistic wellness to help people transform their lives, has opened its doors to the Abu Dhabi community.

The 8,000-square-meter location is an integrated lifestyle hub that embraces a fundamentally new paradigm in positively transforming people’s approach toward health and wellness. The hub, which is located within the most awaited new waterfront development of Al Qana in Abu Dhabi, adds vibrancy to the social, culinary, and entertainment attraction.

In line with Abu Dhabi Government objectives, UAE Centennial 2071, and the National Strategy for Wellbeing 2031, the hub has combined the concept of wellness, arts and culture through active and social lifestyles, mindfulness and positive thinking.

The hub, which aims to build bridges to better health, takes members on a journey of self-discovery and self-improvement through seven unique yet integrally related activities, including Move, Pause, Taste, Choose, Seek, Expand, and Learn. Each one offers a personalized self-care journey to benefit the mind, body, and soul, showing a long-term symbiosis.

Mr. Khalid Nahhas, Co-Founder and CEO of The Bridge stated that, “By focusing on the needed shift in lifestyle, we tap into many natural sources of blissful living. The Bridge Lifestyle Hub will help strengthen wellbeing and help communities become vibrant. We are more than just a gym, we believe in transforming people’s lives through a holistic approach to wellness, fundamentally changing the way ‘health’ is understood. This philosophy aims to help others in a nurturing and soul-enriching environment that is custom-made for each of our members.”

The Bridge Hub actively contributes to the growing international confidence in the country’s health sector with global achievements over the past decades, having ranked first internationally for Low Rate of Health Problems Index, and Health Care Coverage Index among several others, by the Federal Competitiveness and Statistics Authority (FCSA).

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