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Body Doc Fitness & Wellness Pavilion celebrates one year anniversary


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Body Doc Fitness & Wellness Pavilion, the largest and most technologically advanced fitness centre in the country celebrated its one year anniversary in mid-August. Located less than a kilometre away from the heart of Malabe town in Athurugiriya Road, this luxurious wellness centre has become a landmark in Malabe. 

Body Doc has not only helped to boost a healthier way of life among those residing in the neighbourhoods of Malabe but has also become popular among the crowd in central Colombo as well due to the availability of their dynamic facilities all under one roof.

Body Doc offers an array of premium services to its members. It is enriched with a highly qualified and professional team of fitness instructors. Body Doc offers the support required to empower and integrate healthy routines into its member’s day-to-day life. 



Body Doc welcomes everyone, from people wanting to lose weight, to bodybuilders, power lifters, weight lifters and athletes, whilst catering to all age groups and to anyone with a specific gym interest. The fitness facet offers everything from cardio, strength training, crossfit training, yoga, zumba, rumba, TRX, spinning, GRID, HIIT, Booty Buster, Boxing, MMA, Nunchaku and many other classes. Wellness aspect offers steam and sauna, thermal baths and Jacuzzis to Body Doc members. Badminton, table tennis, swimming pool, pool lounge, event spaces and many more facilities are available for recreational activities. 



Body Doc carries latest US bought equipment of leading brands such as Cybex, Life Fitness, Concept 2, and Hammer Strength. Body Doc has also partnered with Ramani Fernando Salons and Sothys Estheti Centre to provide a complete salon and a spa. Body Doc operates a fully integrated medical clinic, channelling service, and a laboratory service in conjunction with Lanka Hospitals Diagnostics. Many consultant specialist doctors, nutritionists, physiotherapists, and sports massage therapists are available here to fulfil basic medical necessities.  The first anniversary celebration and the re-launch of the gymnasium ushered the former president Mahinda Rajapaksa as the chief guest while Kumara Welagama (MP), Fazil Marija (Rugby Player), Farveez Maharoof, Niroshan Dickwella, Dimuth Karunaratna, Lahiru Thirimanna, Lanka De Silva, Sripali Weerakkody , Hemal Ranasinghe and Natasha Rathnayaka were among many other renowned figures in the sports and entertainment industry who attended this occasion which was followed by a networking event, assisted by their qualified instructors.

The VIP guests explored Body Doc’s premium equipment including the first timers to Sri Lanka; the Life Fitness MJ-12, Hammer Strength HD- Elite Pro, Versaclimber and many Cybex pieces. The guests also got their body composition measured using the In-body analysis which is a 98% comprehensive body composition analysis using the infra red technology.

Body Doc open day – a free event, had turned out to be a huge success with a significant number of participants, who received a comprehensive health analysis, and took a tour around the 50,000 square foot luxury fitness space packed with in-house restaurants, salons, steam and sauna, swimming pool and Jacuzzi, badminton, table tennis, crossfit studio, pool lounge and much more. 

This event featured free access to different types of group classes including Spinning (with Juan Carlos), GRID & HIIT (with Lahiru and Dilan), TRX (with Duleepa), Yoga (with Miuru), Nunchaku (with Jagath), Booty Buster (with Duleepa), Rumba (with Juan Carlos), Zumba (with Ashanthi). Fitness enthusiasts participated in a networking event while later enjoying healthy food and listening to inspiring talks by Dr. Thanuki Idangodage (Managing Director of Body Doc Fitness & Wellness Pavilion), Shanelle De Almeida (Clinical psychologist), Dr. K.V.C Janaka (Physician),  Janaka Samarasinghe (fitness consultant) and workout.lk. Lanka Hospitals Diagnostics conducted a health camp at the Body Doc clinic where all the basic medical testing and consultation were done free of charge. The main sponsor for this event was the leading sportswear line, Amanté.


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