In keeping with its mission of helping Filipinos live healthier lives, Sun Life Philippines launched last weekend an interactive mural and an outdoor gym in Nuvali, Sta. Rosa, Laguna, to inspire people in their health and wellness journey while offering a new venue for fitness activities.
The interactive mural was designed by Jappy Agoncillo, an illustrator and muralist making waves in Manila, Los Angeles and New York City. His creation for Sun Life, which carries the company’s “Live Healthier Lives” battle cry, shows his signature dynamic and colorful art style.
However, the experience of viewing the mural levels up with the help of a mobile phone, and the link https://bit.ly/SLmural. The link opens the phone’s camera which, when pointed at the mural, will make certain elements of the design come alive. Users could record a video, save it, then share it on social media to affirm their commitment to their own health and wellness journey.
Meanwhile, the outdoor gym, called Bright Circuit, consists of eight different types of equipment. Free for everyone to use, the outdoor gym comes with instructions that are easy to understand and follow.
Kids will be encouraged to get active with the Dome Climber and Monkey Bar, while adults may use the Dipping Station and Monkey Bar to strengthen their upper bodies, the Pull-Up Station and Decline Sit-Up Station to tighten their cores, the Leg Raise Station to improve their hip flexors, and the Twister to work out their legs.
Apart from these outdoor attractions, Sun Life’s health and wellness community, GoWell, will also hold free community workouts in Nuvali every two months. Those who would like to be a part of the workouts simply need to sign up at www.gowell.com.ph to get updates.
“These new offerings are all designed to be fun, accessible, and practical – exactly how we think a health and wellness journey should be,” Sun Life Chief Marketing Officer Mylene Lopa said. “We hope that people living in or visiting Nuvali would take advantage of these, as they strive to live healthier lives.”
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