Where We Are Going Today: Pulse Fitness Studio in Jeddah

Updated 28 March 2019

Where We Are Going Today: Pulse Fitness Studio in Jeddah

  • Members can take a variety of classes at their own pace in the comfortable, relaxing and friendly environment

Pulse, a fitness concept studio in Jeddah, offers coaching and exercise classes for women in an environment that encourages an inclusive, social, community experience. 

Led by an all-female group of certified trainers, its mission is to empower women of all fitness levels. Children are also encouraged to join and learn about physical fitness and a healthy lifestyle.

Members can take a variety of classes at their own pace in the comfortable, relaxing and friendly environment. Along with common classes, Pulse has developed its own innovative workouts, including “Levitate,” which uses a silk hammock to mimic the experience of flying through a combination of Pilates, yoga, barre, strength and dance. It is one of more than 25 classes, all of which can be booked online.

Flexible packages offer access to all trainers, who will help you get your body in shape and understand its mechanics and nutritional needs.

Pulse Studio is on the second floor west, U-Shape Center, Saud Al-Faisal Street, Al-Rawdah.


OIC delivers COVID-19 emergency medical aid to Afghanistan

Updated 14 min 28 sec ago

OIC delivers COVID-19 emergency medical aid to Afghanistan

  • The aid parcels contain disposable medical masks and protective clothing for quarantine personnel

RIYADH: Emergency medical aid organized under the auspices of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) has arrived at Kabul International Airport, ready to be delivered to the Afghan ministries of foreign affairs and public health to combat the COVID-19 pandemic.
The aid parcels containing disposable medical masks, specialized N95 hospital masks and protective clothing for quarantine personnel were handed over to the Afghan authorities in presence of OIC’s Resident Representative in Kabul. 
Meanwhile the Islamic Solidarity Fund (ISF), a subsidiary OIC institution aimed at supporting the least developed member states in their response to the pandemic, especially in the health sector, has also delivered a first tranche of emergency financial assistance to Afghanistan.