Get Out Get Active (GOGA) is an exciting new programme that supports disabled and non-disabled people to enjoy being active together. Funded by Spirit of 2012, all partners are focused on getting some of the UK's least active people moving more through fun and inclusive activities. This unique programme aims to increase demand for, and the accessibility of, existing provision in local authorities, sports clubs and the voluntary sector by responding to key motivators and drivers for becoming physically active. To find out more visit the GOGA website.
In Wrexham we are aiming to engage women into recreational activity through inclusive opportunities within the local area. We are interested in hearing your thoughts and ideas to help us do this so please feel free to get in touch.Terri Ritchie - GOGA Activator
A gentle swim can burn over 200 Kcal in half an hour. As water is 12 times as dense as air, swimming is a far more effective way of toning your muscles than any other form of cardiovascular exercise that you can do on land. Swimming can support up to 90% of the body’s weight in the water, meaning that those with disabilities, injuries or illnesses like arthritis can take part in a comfortable and safe environment. Swimming will help your wellbeing. 30 minutes of swimming 3 times per week have also seen improved sleep patterns & lower stress levels.
If you are looking to get fit, without putting to much pressure on the joints, why not take advantage of the clean and friendly environment provided by the staff at the Leisure Centre.
Take advantage of this great offer and sign up today at Gwyn Evans Leisure & Activity Centre.
Freedom Leisure is a leading not for profit leisure trust operating in England and Wales. It began as Wealden Leisure trust on 1st April 2002 and operated only the centres within Weilden district council. Today it operates over 75 leisure centres nationwide including:-
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