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Mental Health Awareness Week

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Mental Wellness Week

It's Mental Health Awareness Week from 10th — 16th May and in support of this, Fitlife gym is offering FREE CLASSES all week!

The theme for Mental Health Awareness Week 2021 is Nature.

During the three lockdowns, many of us turned to nature as our top coping strategy; we spent more time out walking, cycling and replaced offices and living rooms with green spaces.

"It was as if we were rediscovering at our most fragile point, our fundamental human need to connect with nature" — Mentalhealth.org

For the final week of outdoor classes, before the indoor timetables return, all sessions offered by Fitlife will be free to everyone.

Staff hope this will inspire people to spend some extra time outside and tap into this unlimited resource to protect our mental health, namely: Nature. 🍃

Book your class via the Fitlife UK App or the website to get your double dose of endorphins and fresh air.

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