New research from industry body, ukactive, has found gyms are almost risk-free environments for COVID-19, with an estimated 0.020 positive cases per 10,000 gym visits – results that are statistically insignificant. ukactive collated data from more than 1,300 gyms, health clubs and leisure centres to analyse the prevalence of the virus within the sector’s facilities. Charting the three weeks from reopening (from 25 July to 16 August), the data reveals that there were more than eight million visits to fitness facilities by members of the public.
When this coronavirus first starting circulating, most people called it just that: the coronavirus. But as the situation got more serious (and news coverage blew up), we started hearing experts calling it the “novel coronavirus,” and then COVID-19.
Mindfulness-based practices and therapies have been shown to decrease anxiety and stress levels, prevent relapses of depression and leave the participant with a clearer, more focused mind and generally, a more relaxed attitude (and sometimes, energised).
So what exactly is mindfulness?
We regret to inform all our loyal and wonderful members that we have had to close as per the Prime Minister's Coronavirus update. (20 March 2020).
All memberships will be frozen and no payments (including notice payments) will be taken until we re-open.
Any portion of a paid but unused membership (example yearly membership or the remaining 10 days of March) will be added to your membership when the gym re-opens.