Staying healthy is another part of life that only gets easier when you live at The Residences at Seafire. Amenities included in home ownership offer options that make fitness fun and celebrate the outdoor living that can be enjoyed year round on Grand Cayman. Having access to an AAA Five-Diamond award-winning resort has its perks when it comes to world-class services and having a beautiful beach at your disposal to serve as your fitness playground. Here are five ways you can stay healthy and keep fit while residing at The Residences at Seafire:
1. Biking and Walking Trail
Who said you needed to be in a fitness centre to work out? Walk, jog or ride a bike along the trail with the world-acclaimed Seven Mile Beach as your backdrop. Whether walking alone or with a furry friend, this trail allows for you to enjoy the beauty of the beach while getting some exercise in.
Wake up and enjoy sun salutations at sunrise on the lawn at next-door Kimpton Seafire Resort + Spa or on your private owners’ rooftop terrace, The Nest. What better way to start or end your day than with gorgeous views of the water and enjoying a peaceful workout under the sun?
3. Fitness Centre
Trying to beat the heat? Enjoy lovely views of the resort’s event lawn and partial ocean views while you are working out on cutting-edge equipment. Owners at The Residences at Seafire have access to the fitness centre located at the resort.
Fitness can be fun outside too. You can either enjoy a kayak by yourself or with a partner while paddling along Seven Mile Beach. Owners have access to water tricycles, floating rafts and other non-motorised watersports!
If you want to test your balance, going on one of the paddleboards might be the option for you! Work on your balance while paddleboarding along the beach, or test your skills by participating in a yoga paddleboarding class.
About the author
Sheline Chandi is the Senior Marketing Coordinator supporting Provenance Properties, the exclusive Christie’s International Real Estate affiliate in the Cayman Islands, representing luxury homes across Grand Cayman, including developer-owned properties including OLEA, the first for-sale residential project at Camana Bay, and The Residences at Seafire. A student of the world, Sheline has been educated in the US Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands, Florida and California, most recently obtaining a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Psychology from UCLA.