“Any Age is the Right Age to Exercise”
9am – 3pm Monday – Friday
10am – 3pm Saturday. Closed Sunday
Formerly the Workhouse Gym and established in 1989, this friendly exercise facility became part of the Cambrian Centre in 2002, providing a bespoke service for users of all abilities and ages in an informal and comfortable atmosphere. We have a great reputation within the community including GPs and other health professionals in the Borough.
Members can enjoy the benefit of highly qualified and experienced staff providing instruction and advice on exercise programmes, designed to improve fitness and well being. You will find a selection of testimonials here.
We have a range of equipment including 3 bicycles, 1 treadmill, a rowing machine, a cross trainer and an arm bike, as well as a variety of strength equipment.
What do we Offer…?
- No Joining Fees and no tied-in memberships
- Flexible payment options
- Personalised and supervised exercise programmes related to your individual requirements
- Exercise Referral
- Experienced Instructors who are Certified Exercise Professionals
- Personal Training (please ring for more details)
- Pay as you go Casual Membership £ 7.00 per session
- Monthly (Standing Order) £ 35.00
- Annual £350.00
All memberships are subject to a £10 induction, which includes a fitness check and bespoke programme prescription.
We accept referrals from local Health Professionals within the Borough. Please call us on 020 8332 1102 for more information.
Cardiac Phase IV Rehabilitation
These gentle Phase IV exercise programmes are specifically designed for those who have had a heart problem and have been through Phase III of a cardiac rehabilitation programme. You will need a referral from your GP or a Phase III Health Professional (if you have previously attended a class at hospital). All exercise programmes are supervised and progressed at your pace by BACPR trained staff.
For any queries or to book a session with one of our friendly staff contact us today:
Call us: 020 8332 1102
“Improving Health Through Physical Activity”