Book to avail exclusive offers on Shilpa Shetty’s wellness App – Simple Soulful
GO FIRST (formerly known as GoAir) today announced that it has inked a partnership with Shilpa Shetty’s wellness app, Simple Soulful, for exclusive offers for its passengers. GO FIRST flyers can avail a 60% discount on a yearly subscription worth INR 999 on the Simple Soulful App .
This is aimed at offering passengers an opportunity to embark on a fitness journey that has become a necessity in recent times. A holistic curation by experts in yoga, exercise and diet, Simple Soulful App will offer customised fitness programs to maintain a healthy balance in life.
Mr Kaushik Khona, Chief Executive Officer, GO FIRST, said: “India has witnessed a behavioural shift in terms of health and wellness over the past few years. The Covid-19 pandemic has further underlined the need for a healthy lifestyle. Shilpa Shetty is an iconic figure for fitness enthusiasts in India and we are delighted to partner with her wellness platform to offer our passengers a unique opportunity to realise their fitness goals.”
Passengers can book tickets & GO FIRST mobile app from February 7 until 10, 2022 for travel valid till February 28, 2022 and avail discount vouchers from Simple Soulful App by Shilpa Shetty. The lucky passengers will get access to a host of fitness and nutrition-related information, yoga videos and more.
Currently the App is assisting over 6.5 million usersacross mobile & TV, which offers multiple goal based – lose weight, gain muscles, high BP, back pain, better focus, calm mind, better sleep etc; yoga & functional programs – daily asanas & functional exercises, meditation, recipes, and day-to-day diet plans, designed by industry experts.
GO FIRST has endeavoured to look after the welfare of our passengers and comes up with innovative yet efficient offers for its passengers. This offer bears testimony to its customer centricity and resonates with its “You come first” philosophy. GO FIRST recently introduced discounts for fully inoculated passengers, in its bid to fight against COVID.