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ALL THE LATEST NEWS, VIEWS AND STORIES FROM AROUND YOUR LOCAL AREA:OCTOBER/NOVEMBER


IMPROVE YOUR SWIM STROKES ~ WITH SPORTSTREK COACHING ~


We all have those days where we want to scream! Whether it be a hard and stressful day at work, the kids being little devils or just life in general. Swimming regularly can lower stress levels, reduce anxiety, depression and even improve your sleep pattern.


Feeling these mental benefits of swimming takes just a light swim, no hard length swimming required. However, for those of you wanting a full body workout, exercising in


water makes you work harder, using every muscle in the body, so 30 minutes in the pool is worth 45 minutes of the same activity on land!


This is where our popular Front Crawl Workshop comes in…


Free week trial available in the gym including exercise programme and fitness tests. Must call to book


Here at Changes, we also offer FREE adult swim support as part of our pool membership packages. As part of this, we now offer Front Crawl Workshops, these sessions not only help our members with technique but also double up as a water training session, providing members with an alternative to the gym. Our members now realise that a good technique helps them complete their lengths with more efficiency and ease, building stamina along the way.


Here is what some of them have to say:


“After attending the Front Crawl sessions, I have gained more confidence in swimming in front of others. My stroke has improved and feel far fitter. I have found the sessions fun and friendly.”


6 Week Beginners’ Pilates Courses £42.00


at BASSENTHWAITE PARISH ROOM


Starts Tuesday 7th November, 9.30am


Please contact the Studio to book your place


FIT ‘N’ ACTIVE DRAMA GROUP LM, aged 36yrs


“I have found the Front Crawl sessions offered by Sarah and John fantastic. In a relaxed environment, I have learned how to control my swimming and improve my breathing, which I have always previously found very difficult. I would recommend this weekly session to anyone, or take up on the 1:1offer for swim support as I did just after joining Changes.” Mike Saddler aged 49yrs


For more details on this or other membership packages, please call 017687 76779, or email info@sportstrekcoaching.co.uk


Sarah Evans Operations Manager, Changes Pool and Gym, Embleton Spa Hotel


Receiving the cheque is Sue McDonald


The Fit ‘N’ Active Drama group toured ‘Selfies 2’ a selection of humorous sketches and short plays which have been written and directed by themselves.


They played in various rural locations around the county to packed audiences. The proceeds of this successful tour amounted to £1,100 which was shared equally between Macmillan and Hospice at Home. A huge thank you to all who supported their endeavors. If you missed their performances, make sure you do not to miss ‘Selfies 3’ which will once again be taken on tour around the county in September 2018 with a new repertoire of humorous sketches and plays.


The group is always looking out for new members, not necessarily acting talent and definitely NO AUDITIONS!


WWW.THECOCKERMOUTHPOST.CO.UK 19 OCTOBER 2017 ISSUE 419 PAGE 55


If you are interested in any of the above, come along and experience a morning of fun, laughter and bucket-loads of frivolity. The group meet at St. Joeseph’s Church Hall, Crown Street. Cockermouth every Thursday from 9.45am until 11.45am. Email stewartmgrant@tiscali.co.uk or telephone 07966 714 312.


Carole Sykes


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