Why getting yourself a float membership is the best thing you can do this Christmas…
🎁 TAKE CARE OF YOURSELF to TAKE CARE OF THEM:
Be honest – how many years in a row have you worked yourself into feeling sick, tired + frustrated? Wouldn’t it be awesome if you didn’t do that in 2020?! Taking time for yourself lets you give more to everyone, and THAT is very kind of you!
🎁SHARE THE GIFT OF WELLBEING:
Members get discounts on gift certificates this Christmas. TWENTY-FIVE PERCENT off single floats, to be exact. That’s the stress of shopping sorted.
🎁 FREE STUFF:
New members get a free acupuncture mat + pillow for Christmas. Gift for you, or gift for them? Whoever gets it will be feeling relaxed, happy & pain free. Luckyyy.
Too many of the things we love during the holiday season leave us feeling a bit average, how good is it to end the year feeling your best?!
(The answer is very good, in case you were wondering 😉 )
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