25 May 2018

Ajman's Al Zorah to welcome GCC’s first EZ Wellness Centre

Ajman’s new, mixed-use development, Al Zorah, will soon be embracing the GCC’s very first EZ Wellness Centre, which will cater for the needs of residents and GCC travellers.

The start of construction works on this new facility was marked with a ground-breaking ceremony. The wellness centre will stand on the highest point of the 18-hole Nicklaus-Design Al Zorah Golf Club, granting its visitors inspiring views of the surrounding natural environment, which includes a creek and two million square metres of natural mangroves, home to over 118 species of birds and marine-life.

The EZ Wellness Centre at Al Zorah will be operated by The LifeCo, a company known for its holistic approach, support for natural therapies and professionalism. The EZ Wellness Centre is renowned for its detoxing and health centres in Phuket, Thailand and Turkey.

Imad Dana, CEO, Al Zorah Development Company enthused: “The EZ Wellness Centre is ideally suited to complement Al Zorah’s conscious-living concept and strengthen the destination’s leisure portfolio featuring creek-side promenade Marina 1, The Oberoi Beach Resort, Al Zorah Golf Club and an upscale residential community.

“We’re excited to begin construction on this exceptional facility and provide visitors and residents the perfect destination for physical, mental and spiritual rejuvenation,” Dana added.

Shedding more light on the centre was Mohammed Ameer Said, lead partner, EZ Wellness: “The EZ Wellness Centre at Al Zorah aims to provide a more personalised experience through its revolutionary and innovative programmes to all residents and guests. Al Zorah was selected due to its unique location, naturally protected zone and highly healthy uncontaminated air which is a catalyst to quick healing."

Concluding, Said said: “This centre should be the health destination for local UAE residents, GCC and global travellers taking advantage of the great accessibility through Dubai airports with a capacity of up to 70 million passengers.”