Maseru Club hosts fitness boot camp
POPULAR South African fitness trainer and wellness motivator, Sbahle Mpisane ( pictured), is scheduled to host a boot camp at Maseru Club grounds on Saturday.
Mpisane’s visit, which has been creating a lot of buzz on the streets of Maseru, was facilitated by Little Feet Foundation (LFF).
Founded in 2014, LFF is a nonprofit oriented organisation with the primary objective of providing psychological assistance to vulnerable children in the country.
So far it has assisted nine children’s homes in Maseru and Mafeteng.
It runs projects such as Lesotho Costume Party, Lesotho Baby of the Year, Little Feet Colouring Book, Little Feet Food Trucks and Little Shop which sells handmade Seshoeshe shoes and children’s toys among other things.
In a statement released by its marketing department this week, LFF said the Saturday event was a fund-raising initiative while also promoting healthy lifestyles among locals.
”Little Feet is a foundation that deals primarily with children’s psychological issues. Psychology is influenced by health and fitness and this cuts across different age groups,” reads part of the statement.
“The boot camp is another campaign aimed at highlighting the Little Feet brand and promoting good health.
“LFF will also use the boot camp to launch its club membership which is a fundraising platform with benefits for children and adults.
“All age groups are welcome to attend the boot camp.”
LFF described Mphisane as a leading fitness instructor with an impressive resume who served as an “inspiration to women”.
To date, she has more than 345 000 followers in South Africa and Lesotho.
“She will run a boot camp which we believe will ignite a healthy and positive lifestyle while we will achieve massive brand reach and brand advocacy through our association with her and her followership,” LFF further stated.