All I want for Christmas is a year of FREE classes!
Challenge Time…and the winner will get a year of FREE CLASSES!* There are 12 days of classes left in this session. Why not make them your fittest ever? If you are currently enrolled, you can attend as many classes as you wish in the final 12 days of this session, at no extra cost. Whomever has attended the most classes between Monday, 9th December and Saturday, 21st December will be our winner. Work out every day, maybe do back-to-back classes, or maybe you just get to one or two more classes than usual…what I want you to remember is that fitness is not a look, it’s a FEELING! And I want to give you the gift of feeling great.
Here’s how to get started:
1. Pick up an Iso Barre “12 Days of Fitmas” class log at the studio
2. Email to request your extra classes
3. Record ALL of your classes and get instructor initials
4. Hand your class log to an instructor by 21/12/19
1. The Iso Barre 12 Days of Fitmas Challenge is for enrolled clients only. Not available to “drop in” clients
2. Applies to classes between 9/12/19 and 21/12/19 only
3. Completed log sheets must be handed in by 21/12/19
4. Extra classes must be requested via email
5. Extra classes are based on availability
Have fun and feel great! Maybe try some new classes. Most of all, enjoy yourself. Love, Lea xx
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