February 1, 2022
share the warmth, share the love
Written by Emily
Mental health is a cause close to our hearts at the springs, which is why we partner with Mentis Assist and Mental Health Australia – two organisations that provide specialised mental health support for people living with a mental illness.
For some people, this time of year is not all about roses and chocolates. Some people find this time of year quite tough, especially if they are lonely or have experienced mental health challenges over recent months.
We believe that the simple act of bathing in hot springs, surrounded by nature and in the company of a friend or loved one, can help ease the load of mental stress.
That's why we run our 'Share the Warmth' campaign each year.
The campaign encourages guests to 'Share the Warmth' and 'Share the Love' by bringing a friend who may be experiencing mental hardship (free of charge) to the Bath House to relax and bathe with them.
To make a Share the Warmth booking, simply book the Revitalise Bath House bathing experience between Monday - Friday from February 1- 28 2022 and enter the promotional code sharethewarmth22 to activate the second guest's entry, free of charge.
Terms and conditions:
- Limited to the first 500 bookings only
- Available to redeem on Revitalise Bath House bathing experiences only
- Bookings can only be made online using the promo code
- Available Monday – Friday, outside of school and public holidays
- By taking part in this campaign, you will be requested to provide feedback in response to an emailed survey
Mental Health Australia, with its mission to create the best mental health system in the world, is the peak, national non-government organisation of the mental health sector in Australia, representing and promoting the interests of its over 120 national and state mental health organisations such as beyondblue, headspace, RUOK? and Lifeline.
Mentis Assist is a Frankston based not-for-profit organisation which has provided for more than 35 years specialised mental health support for people living with a diagnosed mental illness across South East Melbourne