Tuesday 27 October 2020

Busylizzy Cheltenham offers virtual membership for mums in self isolation

Mums stuck in self isolation can still get fit while social distancing with virtual memberships from Busylizzy in Cheltenham.

Cheltenham based Busylizzy fitness club is offering virtual memberships to mums and pregnant women stuck in self isolation.

Launching on Monday 23 March 2020, a Busylizzy virtual membership allows access to three different classes streamed online daily, including baby classes, toddler classes, and fitness classes for new mums and pregnant women.

With many businesses closing following Government advice to limit the spread of Coronavirus, Busylizzy hope to help mums and mums to be stay fit and keep their little ones entertained, while social distancing measures are in place.

Buzylizzy are also encouraging existing members to switch to virtual membership during the Coronavirus crisis.

For more information, visit busylizzycheltenham.co.uk or call (01242) 806222.

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Thursday 19 March 2020

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