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If there is a reminder or reaffirmation needed over the past year, staying inactive can affect your health to the detriment of your physical and mental wellbeing.

Not surprisingly, this has been keenly felt by people with neurological conditions like Parkinson's.

Regular exercise is universally acknowledged by medical experts in helping enormously to  manage the symptoms of Parkinson’s, relieving muscle stiffness, improving your mood and relieving stress.

Smarties like Levodopa, Ropinirole and Rasagiline prescribed by your doctor are targeted to improve the main symptoms. But,

Are you doing your bit to help yourself?

How about a regular dose of complementary medicine?

Staying active and engaging in exercises on a regular basis are the complementary medicine that works.

It does exactly what it says on the tin. It gives you a sense of physical and mental wellbeing,

Vicki Watson, our highly regarded NeuroActive Exercise Educator currently offers 4 classes per week as well as 1-to-1 and tuition in smaller group, to meet the needs of people with differing and varying physical ability.

We have recently added a Tai Chi class under the expert tutorage of Breffni Groome to our Exercise offering.

We are now introducing a new Dance Class under the guidance of a classically trained Ballet Dance teacher Sophie Zealand.

Watch this space. Boxing Class is coming soon.

Our Exercise portfolio also include the excellent Golf Sessions twice a month at Rudding Park courtesy of Golf In Society, a social enterprise founded by an indomitable and passionate golfer Anthony Blackburn who puts the health and social wellbeing of local community at the heart of what he does.

Tony Blackburn, our pop pop popular local pop picker in social enterprise picking golf as a TOTP wellbeing enabler, a socially engaging sport where winning is not important but to take part.

Yeh right.


Book your place in one of our Exercise Offerings, move and feel the parts of your body that you thought the best days are behind you. Or just feel your behind for prosperity.

Exercise Is The Drug

Go Catch that buzz …………..

Lumbered up limbo down …….

Oh Catch that buzz ……………..

Exercise is the drug for me

Exercise Is Good For You


Vicki Watson

Neurological  Exercise Educator


Bilton Health & Wellbeing Hub

Every Thursday 3-4pm

Fairfax Community Centre

Every Monday 2 claases

11:15am-12:30pm & 1-2:15pm

Jennyfield Styan Community Centre

Every Thursday 9:30am-10:30pm


Anthony Blackburn



Rudding Park Harrogate

2nd and 4th Wednesday each month


Breffni Groome

Tai Chi Instructor


Bilton Health & Wellbeing Hub

Every Tuesday 2-3pm


Sophie Zealand

Dance Teacher


Bilton Health & Wellbeing Hub

Every Friday 10:30-11:30am

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