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The therapy of fitness and being listened to was marvellous. I had seen my GP but sadly they were too busy to listen and I never got to the bottom of the problem. Subsequently, I am not a pill popper and didn't want medication to fix the problem of mental stability.
The dual advice on health and mental fitness has been a life saver
All the staff made me realise that I mattered and made me feel human again, I feel a sense of achievement, I have a lot more energy and I have lost over 2 stone.
I have no hesitation in recommending the Live Well program to anyone who needs to lose weight or even if they need support as I'm a lot more confident and enjoy life again.
Norman Harrison, 70An ex-serviceman who is recovering from a devastating brain injury has paid tribute to the health and fitness professionals at East Riding Leisure Beverley whom he credits with helping to transform his life.
Mary Laing, 80Age is no barrier to keeping fit and active - that is the message from an 80-year-old Beverley woman who has been attending her local leisure centre for over a decade and has no plans to stop now.