NEW return to fitness : including post - covid recovery

lets get you back on the road to recovery, with our gentle rehabilitation course, aimed at slowly giving you the tools you need and the confidence to get back to health.

September 8 2021

we are here to help you get back to health.

sessions start 17th September

Starting 17th September you can come along for a gentle, supervised session with our GP referral qualified team to help you on your road to recovery.

Tuesdays 11.00am

Thursdays 11.00am

sessions are reduced in price to £3 a session and we recommed  a minimum of 10 weeks as it will be a slow process getting you back to a healthy you.

It is normal to feel tired, weak or short of breath when you are recovering from COVID-19 (coronavirus). But being active can help you to recover quicker.

Don’t worry if you feel more tired and have less energy than usual. This is normal and may last for up to 6 to 8 weeks.

Take your time and set small goals.

COVID-19 recovery problems 

Common COVID-19 health problems may affect how well you can exercise.

These include:

  • breathlessness
  • phlegm - this can depend on how you were affected by the virus
  • extreme tiredness (fatigue) and a lack of energy
  • muscle weakness and joint stiffness

Start slow

Your aim over the next few weeks should be to increase your activities slowly. Regular exercise is good for you but keep in mind that it will take you time to get back to your normal activities.

You should:

  • start slowly and introduce new activities gradually
  • set yourself realistic targets each week
  • rest when you feel tired

If you feel breathless

It is important to monitor your breathlessness when you exercise. You should exercise at a level where you are slightly out of breath but still able to talk.