Four Seasons Bali at Jimbaran Bay just announced it has expanded its international fitness program with the introduction of new Jim Courier Tennis clinics led by coaching professional Ling Chan.
The Jim Courier Tennis program is the latest enhancement to the resort’s fitness services, and offers a variety of sports-related activities. Guests can participate in AntiGravity, or ‘flying’ yoga, or sign up for the Visiting Practitioners (VP) program which includes activities like beach boot camps and kettle bell weight training. Additionally, complimentary VP program activities include a range of tennis clinics, while non-resident guests are also welcome to join.
Coaching professional Ling Chan will lead tennis clinics catering to all levels of skill, from amateur to elite. She has five years of experience working with both adults and juniors in the United States and Hong Kong, and will be in-residence until January 2016. Offerings include "Adults Tennis" and "Kids Tennis" clinics, as well as "Cardio Tennis", a high-intensity work-out popular among non-players. Additionally, private sessions, social match-ups and 'sparring' with a hitting partner are available.
Four Seasons Jimbaran Bay is also set to host the Bali International Triathlon in October, and has been an annual sponsor of the program since its debut eight years ago. The event is expected to attract hundreds of international athletes for the Olympic-distance and short courses.
Additionally, the resort's beach-club and restaurant, Sundara, will sponsor the inaugural "Roxy #runsupyoga" event on August 15, when approximately 200 women and girls are expected to join Roxy’s global athletes for a day of activities. Olympic champion snowboarder Torah Bright, two-time world longboard champion Kelia Moniz and professional surfers Monyca Eleogram, Bruna Schmitz and Bianca Buitendag, will all be in attendance. Events will include a beach jog, stand-up paddle boarding and yoga.