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fitness-in-ramadanRamadan is an important time in Dubai for many residents. Many expats will be fasting during this period and still waiting to remain healthy and active.

We’ve put together a few tips to ensure a safe way to continue a fitness regime as the month progresses.

When should I exercise?
As each individual’s needs and capabilities are different, some people can train before breaking their fast quite comfortably, so give it a go. Try to do some simple exercise and determine how you feel and continue if it feels good. Sometimes as the month wears on and tiredness sets in, you may need to adjust your exercise time. Monitor and adjustment is key during Ramadan. Read more

fete-de-musiqueFête de la Musique, Launched in 1982 by the French Ministry of culture, is held in more than hundred countries in Europe and over the world. It takes place every 21st of June, the day of the summer solstice in the northern hemisphere.

La Fête de la Musique allows all people with a passion for music to gather and take part in the performance, whether they are amateur or professional musicians. It is then completely different from a music festival. The Fête de la Musique is above all a free popular fête. This Music day allows the expression of all styles of music in a cheerful atmosphere. It aims at a large audience, working to popularize musical practice for all public from all communities. Read more

dubai-sports-worldStaying in Dubai for the summer but worried your fitness level will drop, and all that hard work you have put in the past year will go to waste? Well it won’t!

Dubai World Trade Centre (DWTC) has announced its partnership for the forth year running with leading professional sports academies and clubs for Dubai Sports World 2014, which will be held from 11 June to 30 August in the cool of the air-conditioning of the Dubai World Trade Centre halls.  Dubai Sports World is the largest indoor sports event in the Middle East. Prominent sporting establishments and renowned athletic trainers including IFA Sport, California Tennis Academy, G Force Cricket Academy, Original Fitness C, Rage Indoor Skateboard Camp and many more will provide an outstanding experience for visitors this summer, through training, mentoring, competitions and fitness programmes. Read more

summer-camps-2013The majority of children in Dubai will soon by saying goodbye to exams and hello summer holidays!

In the past many expat families used the long summer break to escape the heat and spend two months in cooler climes visiting friends and family.  However, today more and more families have both parents working which limits the amount of time families can spend away from Dubai. For this very reason Dubai has witnessed a rise in the amount of companies now offering holiday camps throughout the hot summer months.  So whether your child’s passion is in the sports or arts there will be the opportunity for them to be busy and entertained throughout the whole summer holidays here in Dubai.

Here is a growing list of the camps that will be on offer this summer. Read more

Dubai is a very tolerant and welcoming place for foreigners where expats are free to follow their own religions; but at the same time the rich history of the Emirate also provides a culture deeply rooted in Islamic traditions.

Expat Echo Dubai has put together a directory of places of worship for the more spiritually minded expat.

* We have excluded mosques, as they are quite easy to find within every community.

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Arabian Ranches LadiesRanches Ladies is a club that encourages friendship and understanding between ladies of all nationalities. They meet every Tuesday morning, at 9.30 in Baker-Finch Room of the Arabian Ranches Golf Club. They have a very active calendar with guest speakers, books and magazines exchange, trips to local places of interest – get to know Dubai and groups catering to special interests such as walking, bridge, book discussion, Scottish dancing, mahjong and many more.

The annual membership is AED 50 and covers administrative costs. The organisation is entirely non-profit and non-commercial. Benefits of membership include receiving the Sunday Post, a weekly email message of the week’s events. Read more

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