Late Night with Unisport at Otaniemi, on 31 March at 16:00-23:00!

Once again UniSport proudly presents: Late Night with UniSport!


Time and date: Friday night 31. March 16-23

Location: UniSport Otaniemi (Otaranta 6, 02150 Espoo). From Kamppi center you get to UniSport Otaniemi by buses 102T, 103T, 103 and 195. Also cross traffic line 550 comes right next to the place.

We welcome all to enjoy the Late Night with UniSport - the event is free of charge to all with UniSport Training Card and for others only 5 € for the whole night's workouts!

The night includes a colourful plate of exercise and wellbeing:

  • variety of workouts
  • energetic dances
  • movement and mobility
  • body care
  • relaxing
  • healthy and delicious snacks
  • special offers...

...and lots of extra-good feeling and energy all the way to midnight!

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