‘Women’s post-natal physical and mental health is a right, not a privilege’
In light of the current social distancing strategies and recent announcement of UK school closures, the founder of online post-natal fitness company ‘Healthy Post-natal Body’ has decided to suspend all monthly subscription fees for the next three months.
The act of kindness will be open to both existing customers as well as all mothers who have not yet used the service and would like to have something new and positive for themselves, to focus on over the coming weeks. There are no terms and conditions, fixed contracts or hidden clauses.
Peter Lap, founder of Health Post-natal Body comments: “This isn’t a gimmick or a promotion. We all have to look after one another right now and I’m a big believer in making sure I contribute to society rather than just take. Women’s post-natal physical and mental health is a right, not a privilege.”
Peter’s decision to lift all subscription fees follows the governments recommendations to minimalise social contact for at least the next 12 whole weeks, meaning many women won’t be able to see their personal trainer as often. Added to this, many families will now be facing financial hardship as a result of the sudden economic downturn.
Peter continues: “We are all facing a tremendous amount of uncertainty, stress and worry right now and it’s important that we look after our mental health and wellbeing. Prolonged social distancing is going to put a lot of pressure on families and my short routines have been designed so that they can fit easily into hectic schedules. Consistency is key and all you need is a short window of time to do some key exercises.”
Existing subscribers will have the next three months of their subscription charges frozen and those new to the service will be able to redeem this offer up to the 30th of April using the code ‘3months’.
Healthy Post Natal Body is a subscription service (normally charged at £8pcm) that focuses on the physical health and wellbeing of women who have given birth. The online forum is packed with useful advice and weekly routines, focuses on the physical health and wellbeing of women who have given birth. For more information visit https://www.healthypostnatalbody.com/