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Described as the UK’s first whole life makeover company, Cheltenham’s All Your Life will be opening its doors for a special family open weekend on Saturday 3 and Sunday 4 July 2010 – with something in store for visitors of all ages.
Family activities include face painting, laughter classes and helium balloons, while the brand new dance studio will be hosting free taster classes in belly dancing and burlesque, salsa, zumba and boxercise – as well as yoga and Pilates.
NLP master practitioner Claire Westwood will be giving seminars on work-life balance and finding the job you love, with the open day including the chance to meet an array of experts, with free consultations on specialist services including image consultation, counselling, personal training, nutrition, dance instruction, beauty therapy and family therapy.
There will also be the chance to take advantage of All Your Life’s exclusive special offers, with botox treatments for just £99 and laser teeth whitening for only £199 – with both procedures being carried out by experts in their field.
With the chance to take advantage of introductory offers and find your path to a happier, healthier and more fulfilling life, drop into Cheltenham’s All Your Life on St Margaret’s Terrace this July.
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