Joining a gym can be daunting if you have never been to one before, but please don't worry - we're in this together!


We believe that fitness is something that can be achieved by anyone. We have a number of flexible membership options to suit most budgets.

View our membership options here.

The right start

We want to make sure you get off to the right start. Beginning with an induction with one our trainers to make sure you feel happy and confident in the gym. We’ll teach you everything you need to know from starting up the treadmills to lifting the weights and everything in-between.

It might be a refresher course or a brand new induction depending on your level of experience. After this you can book 1:1 training sessions or use the gym by yourself, confident in the knowledge you know what to do.

Changing facilities

Our members changing rooms are gender specific.

Both our male and female members changing rooms have accessible toilets and an adapted shower.

We also have a wet area mobile chair available for use. If you require use of this chair, please ask at reception on your way in as it may have been used in a different changing facility.

Gym access

If you are unsure whether our gym equipment will be suitable for you, we recommend coming to site and speaking with one of our instructors. All gym members are required to complete a a Physical Activity Readiness Questionnaire (PAR-Q) before using the gym, and complete and induction.

In some circumstances, a doctor's note or essential companion may be required. In these cases, we can provide a carer card free of charge for your essential companion to help you use our gym facilities.

Gym etiquette

We want to ensure all our members and guests have the best gym experience possible. Please make sure you check out our gym rules that we expect all our members and guests to follow. .


Sauna & steam rooms

The benefits of using saunas and steam rooms includes improved circulation, reducing stress, promoting healthy skin, lowers blood pressure, relaxes your muscles, aids workout recover and provide relief from stiff joints. The main difference between the sauna and steam rooms is the kind of heat, the sauna being a dry heat, usually run at a hotter temperature than the steam room. The steam room also has a high level of humidity.

We have a bench and warm & cold showers outside for hygiene and comfort reasons.