Why wait until the end of the lockdown? So many of us are physically distanced right now and that may be sabotaging your physical and mental health. Being disconnected can cause anxiety which shows up in some many forms, drinking, overeating, binge watching, lethargy, consuming junk food and negative thinking.
The Lifeboat challenge is a helping hand for you to feel better, look better and think better. Imagine you will be a whole lot better in 30 days.
When you have a happier mind it will lead to better food choices, deeper & more restful sleep, better juggling, better coping skills and most importantly you will feel more like showing up for yourself.
30 Days to feel better - do it from anywhere, you don't need to be near the studios
We are also very excited to partner with a health professional who specialises in health and wellness: Phoebe Kirk. She is also on our team over the challenge and will be on this journey with us. She will offer her knowledge and expertise along the way.
What's included in the Challenge:
20 studio classes during November
Challengers only weekly meditation
Pilates360 Tote Bag & notebook
Nutrition talk with Phoebe (Monday, November 1st - online)
Private FB group accountability, connection, recipes & tips
Private Naturopathy consult with Phoebe (15 mins)
Private Wellness coaching session with Sharon (30 mins)
If you have a goal that would be great but if you don't that's fine too.
You will be with likeminded people who will support you all the way. At the end of this challenge you will feel better connected, fitter, stronger and way more happier.
We start on 1st November through to 30th November, Launch workshop is online at 5pm on Sunday, October 31st.
Cost $375 ( free for Transform members, $100 upgrade for Flourish members, $150 upgrade for Thrive members - if in doubt about your membership or it's not mentioned here, please email or call us)
This is also a fundraiser for Sane Australia. A portion of the proceeds from this challenge will go to Sane Australia. Every dollar raised helps support four million Australians affected by mental health issues