Here are the most popular gyms in Lancashire which offer mental health and wellbeing support

Looking after the mind is just as important as the body.

Thursday, 9th January 2020, 5:00 pm
Updated Friday, 10th January 2020, 2:18 pm
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Plenty of gyms now offer wellbeing workshops to promote a positive mindset.

Here are the top five, as voted by readers: VOTE: Where are the best mental health gyms in Lancashire?

Husband and wife duo Kimberly and Adam Badat launched the gym in 2017 after using fitness as a way to combat their anxiety and depression. They state: Every time you leave our doors, you will be walking out in a better mood than when you walked in.

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A ladies only gym, in Caxton Road, Fulwood; a mens site in Preston Technology Centre. The Mens Hub, will open at South Rings Business Park Feb 1. The groups support all aspects of health, including emotional wellbeing.
The gym is run by boxer Michael Jennings and his brother Dave, teaching adults and children boxing. There is a free session every Wednesday at 5pm for anyone with depression or anxiety. They also train with youngsters who have been expelled from school
It offers mindset and motivational thinking, alongside physical training. The centre has a 12-week course, consisting of two mandatory mindset workshops a week, and two to three physical training sessions a week. Once a member has completed the course, there are options to continue.
Offers PT, group training, counselling, psychotherapy, clinical hypnotherapy and life coaching. It regularly hosts workshops. On Monday, January 20, there is a January Blues talk and a mens mental health talk on February 3, both 7pm. Register via Facebook.
Husband and wife Kimberly and Adam Badat launched the gym last year after using fitness as a way to combat anxiety and depression. They state: Every time you leave our doors, you will be walking out in a better mood.
Husband and wife Kimberly and Adam Badat launched the gym last year after using fitness as a way to combat anxiety and depression. They state: Every time you leave our doors, you will be walking out in a better mood.