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80s Horror Icon Takes a Stab at Wellness

SPENCER, MA, October 14, 2021 /24-7PressRelease/ — Knowlie, a free wellness app launching in 2022 is releasing a series of ads leading up to Halloween. The app which gives users the ability to discover and save wellness techniques, puts Jason Voorhees in control of his personal wellness vlog. One video see’s Jay wearing a shower cap over his signature goalie mask reading positive affirmations. While another puts the horror icon on a yoga mat. The final ad will launch on Halloween weekend and promises to show that everyone (even a machete wielding villain) can achieve mental wellness.

Jay’s Wellness Vlog: Part I


Jay’s Wellness Vlog: Part III YOGA

Knowlie (pronounced know-lee) is a different kind of wellness app. While other apps of its kind focus on one spectrum of wellness, Knowlie gives its users access to multiple dimensions of wellness techniques. The app which is launching on an unspecified date in 2022 will be free to use, and enable users to discover and save content added by approved and vetted app contributors. Knowlie’s users will be able to pursue wellness anonymously and stigma free, while also benefiting from a sense of community due to the apps algorithmic discovery feature which recommends content that other users are saving. Knowlie’s mission is simple, to bring wellness to the masses with the individual in mind.

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