TWO years ago, iCan Health & Fitness announced plans to launch a mobile facility for the benefit of the Cumbrian Community, funded by the Sport England Community Asset Fund.
The Facility, Wheels of Wellness (W.O.W) arrived in Carlisle on Thursday 17th September, delivered by Xquisite Productions, who have been working hard during the Coronavirus pandemic to ensure the Facility could be operational to provide support during the lifting of lockdown as everyone recognised the increased importance of the facility for the community following the impact on individuals Mental Health and Wellbeing.
The Wheels of Wellness Project Manager, Matthew Wood, said: “We have been working hard during the pandemic to be able to provide our mobile health & wellbeing offering to Cumbria, and very excited to have it here and ready to take out and get helping people all around this amazing county.”
Wheels of Wellness has been designed for everyone from bellicon rebounding sessions for anyone between 5-105 years old, getting active and releasing endorphins. Chair-based exercises which attendees can take home to continue with our ABC (Active Brew Crew) Manual and Live Well Hub where attendees can obtain 1:1 or Group guidance to talk about whatever they feel they need to empower them to live a healthier lifestyle.
Attendees can also purchase the Live Well Guide for adults and My Own Guide for children.
The W.O.W offering can be tailored for isolated communities, community centres, children’s birthday parties, corporate events, school hire and private events with the specially trained W.O.W Motivator Team on hand to deliver an experience you will never forget.
To learn more about W.O.W and for all enquiries visit www.icanfitnesswow.co.uk or phone 01228 819 101.
W.O.W has a variety of funders, sponsors and supporters including Sport England, Cumbria Community Foundation, bellicon UK, Xquisite Productions, Dodd & Co Accountants, Criffel Vue Private Hire and community donations through our CrowdFunder Campaign.
Julia Clifford, iCan Health & Fitness Managing Director said: “The W.O.W Facility has been a passion project of mine for over 2 years, and for the moment of truth to finally arrive is surreal and exciting all at the same time. We truly hope the people of Cumbria find benefit and long-term improvements from using W.O.W and more importantly enjoy themselves doing it.”
iCan Health & Fitness CIC is a not-for-profit Social Enterprise who listens to what the community wants, learns about what they need and then innovate to make it happen. iCan has a female-only fitness centre on Bridge Street, Carlisle and develop a range of projects including Wheels of Wellness, Rebounding Outreach and a childhood obesity programme to name a few things.
To learn more about iCan Health & Fitness CIC and what they offer visit www.icanfitnesscumbria.co.uk