To celebrate these warm spring mornings and promote the benefits of exercising outside, Tonic Health Media has launched the next phase of its Healthy Living initiative, Tonic Flow.
Tonic is offering free 45-minute morning stretch and flex sessions to media agency professionals with Tonic ambassador Eliza Huolohan from Divine Flow Yoga.
The six-week program aims to support physical and mental health in the industry, with classes combining yoga and pilates to leave you feeling centred, refreshed and energised for the working day ahead. Did we mention it’s free?
Tonic commercial director Jack Mortlock said Tonic Flow is the perfect way to kick-start the day.
“Not only is it a great initiative to get busy agency young guns moving before the day ahead, but exercising outside is a great habit to get into before the start of summer,” he said.
“The sessions will help put agency guys in a good frame of mind before for the upcoming Christmas period, which we know can get all kinds of stressful.
“We encourage anyone and everyone to get involved, not only because it’s free, but because the benefits will far outweigh the slightly early start.”
If peace of mind before the working day wasn’t incentive enough, H2coco will be providing coconut water to keep you hydrated all the way from downward dog to lotus position. Tonic will also be giving away free yoga towels because they know agency folk love a freebie.
Tonic Flow sessions are running on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays around Sydney until Thursday 30 November (no sessions during Melbourne Cup week though).
To find out more info on the sessions and register your attendance, click here.
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