Tsui means heart in the native Ga language of Accra; sumo means love. Held the Saturday closest to Valentine’s Day, Tsuisumomo is a heart-healthy Val’s Day celebration. It’s a great chance to try out fun ways of getting your heart pumping and fit: basketball, volleyball, Afrorobic step aerobics, table tennis, salsa and many more. Jump in and just do it, or learn it from the pros.
Searching for a nifty Val’s Day gift for that special someone? Register him for the Tsui and give him (and yourself) the Gift of Total Body Fitness. Or shop the vendors for classy gifts. There’s lots of music, dancing and fitness fun Bring your favorite sweetheart(s), or come meet your future one, and try out some African courtship dances with the help of professionals.
Tsuisumomo means you’ll love her with a strong heart
Tsuisumomo means you want him to be Fit 4 Love.
Whatever Tsuisumomo means to you, come join us for a healthy, happy heart
Date: 14 February 2015
Time: 7:30am – 4pm; Post-event Party: 7-11pm
Venue: Darkuman (Quarters Park)
Visit www.fit4lifeghana.com for the registration form or call 027 780 2378 for more info.
threesixtyGh audience members can win a free entry by following our social media pages and using the hashtag #Tsuisumomo.
Note: Tsui is pronounced “twi” and one jester has already submitted, “chew some mo mo chocolates.”