LONDON, Ontario, Canada—May 20, 2020—GoodLife Fitness, Canada’s largest fitness chain, is offering healthcare workers free access to digital Member content and rewards in appreciation for their invaluable work during the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic.
While GoodLife Clubs remain closed, healthcare professionals will be given free access to the GoodLife app and Member portal, where they will find online fitness and mental wellness resources to help take care of themselves at home. GoodLife Fitness has worked with their partners and friends from organizations Les Mills On Demand, WE, and Headspace to create one-stop offerings to promote physical and mental health in a digital space. Additionally, healthcare workers will be able to take advantage of exclusive savings from some of Canada’s top brands and services through the GoodLife Member Rewards program.
“The valiant work of healthcare workers across the country during these unprecedented and uncertain times has made me even prouder to be Canadian,” said GoodLife CEO and Founder David Patchell-Evans. “As these remarkable individuals take care of others during this crisis, we want to give them an opportunity to take care of their own physical and mental wellbeing. We can’t thank healthcare professionals enough for the work they’ve done during this health crisis, but this small token of gratitude is a start.”
Eligible healthcare workers can sign up now by visiting the GoodLife Fitness website and accessing the quick and easy sign-up form on the home page.
About GoodLife Fitness
Proudly Canadian since 1979, GoodLife is the largest group of fitness club chains in Canada and the fourth largest overall in the world. The GoodLife Fitness brand operates almost 400 Clubs coast-to-coast, employs over 11,000 Canadians, and serves more than 1.5 million members. The GoodLife group of clubs incudes: GoodLife Fitness, Fit4Less, and ÉconoFitness.
Public Relations Specialist, GoodLife Fitness