Gympass has seen its valuation more than double to $2.2 billion, apparently reflecting a return to pre-Covid levels in the activities of fitness gyms and wellness studios, through a new $220 million round of financing. The big corporate wellbeing platform said it saw “a record four million monthly visits across its network of over 50,000 global partners” in May. It added that it has been experiencing double-digit growth in subscriptions from one month to the next. The strongest growth has been taking place in the U.S. and Europe, followed by Latin America and the rest of Europe. Founded in Brazil in 2012, Gympass works with large and small companies around the world to give their employees access to thousands of gyms and studios at preferential rates, including personalized coaching and live-streamed and on-demand classes. Accenture, KPMG, McDonald’s, Santander and Unilever are mentioned among its clients. The latest funding round was subscribed by Softbank, General Atlantic, Moore Strategic Ventures, Kaszek and the Valor Capital Group. Last August, General Atlantic acquired a 21 percent stake in Gymshark, the fast-growing U.K.-based direct-to-consumer brand of fitness clothing.