Health + Wellbeing
The Health Hub features a range of easy-to-use eGym digital fitness equipment. Users complete a fitness plan based on individual needs, with a 30-minute circuit, based around a hub of easy-to-use, interactive fitness machines.
The equipment is linked to powerful software which will give a unique analysis based on a range of factors including age, strength and weight. With each visit, the analysis is updated and the machines automatically adjust to ensure you are exercising at the optimum rate.
The Health Hub is suitable for anyone who:
- has been advised by a doctor or medical professional to increase their physical activity levels
- has a health condition such as diabetes, high blood pressure, or any other condition that requires action to reduce its severity
- is obese or morbidly obese
- is over 55 years old and looking for a simple, effective workout in a non-intimidating environment
For more information To find out more about the Health Hub and the eGym circuit, please contact us on 01908 377251.
Due to the current Covid guidelines are indoor sport sessions are not taking place.
If you would like to register your interest in these sessions and be contacted once we are able to run them again please send your contact details to firstname.lastname@example.org
In partnership with ENGLAND NETBALL
The lower impact way to play the game you love! Every Thursday between 1.30pm – 2.30pm £4 per session. All welcome.
Back to Netball
Every Thursday 8.30 – 9.30pm in our sports hall. Coached by Sarah Ruff. Only £4 per session. No need to book – just simply turn up and pay and play! For more information call reception on 01908 377251.
Come along and improve your skills with our drop in Badminton Improvers sessions, in partnership with Badminton England. These coach led sessions are taken by Andrei Wiltshire and are for all ages and abilities. Spaces are limited, so come along and pay on the day at a cost of £4.00 per session, or if you are a member you can book in advance.
Physical Activity Guidelines
We all know, mostly, the healthy way to live. Eat our vegetable, finish our fruit, drink water, rest and be active. We cater for a wide and broad audience and each individual need will be personal, however, we all need to hit a desirable level of activity to maintain health but also positively enhance mental health care.
Further information on the specific physical activity guidelines that we should all be achieving can be downloaded below:
Physical Activity for early years (birth – 5 years old)
Physical Activity for children and young people (5 – 18 years old)
Physical Activity for adults and older adults
Physical Activity for pregnant women
Physical Activity for disabled adults