Looking for the perfect way to exit iso happier and healthier? Well, look no further than Keep It Cleaner's (KIC) new 14 Days of Wellness program.
The fitness and lifestyle brand, founded by Steph Claire Smith and Laura Henshaw, just announced their first online wellness program, kicking off July 1. It's aimed at helping people reset their goals and find their motivation as they emerge from lockdown.
14 Days of Wellness is a virtual program, run through the private Facebook KIC Community group, and will see KIC partner with a series of inspiring leaders in their respective fields to run a bunch of free workout sessions, live classes and meaningful experiences. There will be a new guest each day of the two-week program, including beauty editor Gemma Watts running skincare Q&As, relationship and sex psychologist Chantelle Otten facilitating sex ed workshops, and inspiring home cook Jessica Nguyen offering virtual cook-alongs, to name a few.
Michelle Battersby, Chief Marketing Officer at KIC, teased that this was just the first of many new and exciting experiences for KIC community members this year.
"When you sign up to KIC you become part of a supportive, respectful, kind and virtual community full of individuals from around the world sharing their wellness journey together. We've noticed that now, more than ever, members are supporting each other through these challenging times, virtually connecting through live workouts and social engagement," said Michelle.
If you haven't used the app before, it gives users access to a bunch of at-home fitness workouts, healthy recipes and guided meditations for every fitness level and stage. They've also got a huge support system by way of their Facebook group, where users of the app can engage in like-minded conversation, motivate each other and share in their fitness successes and failures.
"At KIC, we're passionate about community and believe that if we're armed with our support crew we'll be much stronger together, and will be able to get through the challenges of 2020. If we can remain focused on moving our body regularly, being inspired by new recipes, being mindful when we can and coming together as a supportive group of individuals, we will all be better for it," said Michelle.
To be part of the 14 Days of Wellness program you must be a subscriber. Once you've signed up, you'll have access to the Facebook group.
KIC is a subscription-based app and is available to download in the App Store and Google Play.