The Haven is delighted to be welcoming Ryan Gilmour, Health & Development Officer with South Lanarkshire Leisure along to our Forth Centre to discuss activities and opportunities for exercise in the local area that suit each individual need.
Being physically active is good for our mind and body, but it also gets us out of the house, into the community, socialising with others and living life positively.
If a life limiting illness affects how you exercise, or if you would just like to get more active come along to find out how The Haven can help you.
While we take every opportunity to ensure the details for The Haven Health and Fitness Event are accurate, we always advise that you contact the event organiser before setting out for the event to avoid disapointment. All information (whether in text or photographs) is given in good faith but should not be relied upon as being a statement of representation or fact.
East Kilbride based charitable organisation, Agape Wellbeing, are ensuring local stay connected during this time of reduced contact, join them on Thursdays for their online Mindfulness session!
East Kilbride based charitable organisation, Agape Wellbeing, are ensuring local stay connected during this time of reduced contact, join them on Thursdays for their online colouring session!
Over 55 and looking to get back into football or take it up? Come along to Eastfield Lifestyle Sports Complex in Rutherglen for weekly fives!
Pain Association Scotland run professionally-led monthly groups across Lanarkshire for people living with all forms of chronic pain.
The Health and Wellness Hub run a range of classes at venues in North Lanarkshire join them on Thursday mornings at the Pat Cullinan Community Centre, Motherwell for their Walking Group!