STEEL BONES & NUFFIELD HEALTH LAUNCH FITNESS CLUB FOR AMPUTEES IN CAMBRIDGE
Steel Bones has launched a weekly fitness club in CAMBRIDGE in partnership with Nuffield Health and Cambridge City Council. Our first fitness session was held on 4 May where we had individual coaching by a specialist, experienced, excellent trainers who have worked with disabled clients. Nuffield Health’s expertise and care are superb with a down-to-earth approach designed to empower others to achieve their goals and ensure wellbeing is inclusive of all. Each person will be able to attend the sessions in a bespoke way which suits their requirements.
This group will be crucial in enabling the amputees to meet others like themselves and provide encouragement and support the fitness sessions will reduce isolation and loneliness and amputees will be more able to cope and gain confidence, to be less anxious.
The gym is well situated with parking, easy access for wheelchair users, excellent machinery in a state-of-the-art luxurious purpose built gym.
Steel Bones Co Founder, Leigh Joy-Staines said: “We are so thrilled to be partnering with Nuffield Health, they completely get what amputees and those facing long term health conditions need. We are very excited to provide this opportunity for local amputees.”