10 January 2014

GRAZIAGRAM: Kick Start The New Year With A Trip For 2 To Champneys Boot Camp

We have teamed up with Champneys to offer you the chance to go to their Boot Camp for two nights with a friend. The stay is created to provide a motivational kick start to help you get into shape, boost your energy and raise your overall fitness. Adopting the successful format of Champneys seven night residential programme, the two night boot camp weekend allows you to get to grips with what it’s all about…and if you like it and have more time, then graduate to the more intensive seven night boot camp.

What's included?

  • Arrival 11am
  • 2 nights’ accommodation
  • Breakfast. lunch & dinner (calorie controlled)
  • Pre-arrival support and communication
  • Welcome talk on arrival
  • Blood pressure check
  • Body Composition Analysis
  • 4-6 exercise sessions per full day -indoor/outdoor
  • Fit Camp Nutrition plan
  • Champneys Massage 25 mins
  • Thalassotherapy pool session 25 mins
  • Diet & exercise talk
  • Dedicated member of fitness to support and guide
  • Support from Wellbeing Team when you get home
  • Complimentary robe hire
  • Depart 4pm

Of course, having a healthy wellbeing plays a large role in defining our character, personality and health, but so many of us are guilty of neglecting to take care of our mind, body and soul. Increasing numbers of the UK population are struggling to switch off and relax, resulting in damaging effects on our physical and emotional health. With people leading increasingly busier lifestyles; it is becoming more important than ever to ensure we are taking time to relax and look after our complete wellbeing.

A report just launched, revealed great concern for our wellbeing; with our physical health, levels of tiredness and weight as the top three wellbeing concerns stressing the nation.  So what can we do to help boost our complete wellbeing? Maintaining our fitness levels is extremely important in allowing us to lead a healthy lifestyle; and exercise can help us feel less tired and more focused on our everyday tasks; as well as help to keep our weight at a healthy balance.

Taking time out to relax and unwind is crucial to ensuring a good state of physical and emotional health.  Yoga is a beneficial form of exercise that can greatly benefit our physical, mental and spiritual state.  It can be used to increase our energy and physical well-being; and its disciplines can be incorporated into everyday life. In this video, brought to you by Champneys, Louise; Justin and Louise will share expert advice, valuable tips and demonstrations to ensure our wellbeing is looked after even in our busy schedules.

To download the Champney's Wellbeing Report and advice online click here.

Terms and conditions apply.  Subject to availability.  Cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer.  Over 16’s only.  Only available on dates stated. Non-refundable and non-transferable. Prize value dependent on location.

Two night boot camp is available at:

Champneys Springs, Leics – 14 – 16.3 and 30.5 – 1.6

Champneys Henlow, Beds – 11 – 13.4

Champneys Tring, Herts – 25 – 27.4

Champneys Forest Mere, Hants – 5 – 8.6

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