Updated on 06/06/17

Keeping Healthy in Kelsall

Several health-related businesses and activities in Kelsall and District are featured on this page. We would appreciate feedback from Kelsall's other healthcare businesses and healthy activities that would like to be featured on this site or would like us to include links to their own web sites. Please email information to our

Don't forget that walking and the many sporting activities in the village also contribute to health!

Useful local and national health-related websites can be found here.

Beginners Boxercise with Fiona

Group exercise class working with pads and gloves based on Boxing techniques. Full body work out Suitable for all ages and levels of fitness. Fun friendly classes all welcome! Every Tuesday morning at 9:15am at Kelsall Community Centre.

Please contact Fiona Hayes on 07850-879597 or email feeboxercise@gmail.com to book or for more info.

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Circuit Training with Rob

A full body workout with Rob will improve your fitness, and give you :

Circuit training is held at Kelsall Community Centre on Tuesdays from 6:30pm to 7:30pm.

Rob Eldridge dip.pt. Personal Trainer (07968 131393), synergylifestyle.org

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Pilates Classes

For muscle tone and flexibility why not try Pilates? Classes are held at Kelsall Community Centre, Ashton Village Hall, Duddon Village Hall and Utkinton Village Hall.

(Pilates teacher for 9 years, qualified sports therapist, 01244-301261). Mondays at Kelsall Community Centre - 9:30am (intermediate) and 10:30am (beginners).
Vicky Robinson (chartered physiotherapist, trained in Pilates, 01829-751661). Mondays at 7:15pm and 8:15pm, Tuesdays at 2:00pm, Thursdays at 9:30am.

There's a lot of information about Pilates on the National Website.

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St Philips Walking Group

St Philips Walking Group started way back in 1998 when a few people, led by George Wilson, the then parish lay reader, decided to introduce social walks, about once a month in the summer only. This has been maintained and expanded ever since, and in October 2005 the group celebrated its 50th walk. The group has visited many different places, both near Kelsall and further afield, including Snowdonia and Derbyshire. The average number on each walk has now grown into double figures. The pre-Christmas walk is particularly popular.The walks range from easy to moderate, nothing significantly strenuous for a reasonably fit person, and very healthy too! The group hasn't lost anyone yet! Anyone is welcome - please contact Brian Rischmiller on 01829-760548 if you are interested.

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