M&S offers free & discounted health services in new partnership

M&S offers free & discounted health services in new partnership

M&S & The Great Outdoor Gym Company offer Sparks customers discounted access to its services. For every course purchased by a Sparks customer, TGO will plant at least one tree. M&S has teamed up with The Great Outdoor Gym Company to give Sparks customers free or discounted access to its range of exercise classes and health, planet & wellbeing courses. The aim is to give people the opportunity to use the great outdoors as their gym this Summer. Sparks customers will have access to £25 worth of free classes and 50 per cent off all health and wellbeing courses, ranging from £5-6.
Each course aims to help combat conditions like type 2 diabetes and also encourage sustainable living.

 


Sparks customers can participate in workouts at TGO’s outdoor gyms or in the great outdoors, with exclusive content available via the website.
Each workout is designed to be used anywhere without the need for equipment, as each exercise provides off-equipment alternatives.
In partnership with Eden Reforestation, for every discounted course purchased by a Sparks customer, TGO will plant at least one tree with the ambition of planting 1 million trees.
TGO co-founder Georgie Delaney MBE said: “We’re delighted to be joining up with M&S Sparks to offer our leading exercise and wellbeing services to even more people across the UK.”
“At TGO, we want to introduce more people to the benefits of regular outdoor gym exercise and help tackle lifestyle conditions and cancer prevention – and our partnership with M&S will help us do that.
“It’s free to sign up to Sparks and I encourage everyone to get involved and enjoy our brilliant classes at free or discounted rates.”
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