Health Gym

Are you looking for a gym for adults with sensory and physical disabilities – or long term health conditions?

The Aspire Wellbeing Health Gym might be just what you are looking for.

Our gym membership is exclusively available to adults with sensory and physical disabilities, plus anyone with a long term health condition.

The gym is available every afternoon from 12:30pm – 4:45pm, Monday to Friday (just so you know, it’s reserved for use by our Day Care members every morning).


Membership starts from £30 per month.

There is no joining fee, no contract to sign, and no minimum term. We have changing rooms and showers, though you will need to bring your own towel.

Monday 1.30pm – 4:45pm
Tuesday 1.30pm – 4:45pm
Wednesday 1.30pm – 4:45pm
Thursday 1.30pm – 4:45pm
Friday 1.30pm – 4:45pm
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed

The gym has been extensively fitted out with a wide variety of euipment which is approved by the Inclusive Fitness Initiative (IFI), and our friendly instructors are always on hand to help out with advice and support.

The use if IFI approved equipment means that our gym facilities are suited to the needs of many people with disabilities and offers a high level of disability- friendliness.

All of our instructors are qualified to deal with a wide range of disabilities and rehabilitation needs.

We can provide various levels of support, including one-on-one personal training (£30 per hour). Your personal needs will be assessed on an individual basis.

Our centre comes with free on-street parking and we have good local transport connections too, which means that it is very convenient for people to use.

Please contact us on 020 8265 3479 to arrange a convenient time to visit us to take a look around for yourself. It only costs from £30 per month and there is no joining fee, no contract for you to sign and no minimum term.



Don’t just take our word for it – read what our members have to say. Or better still, why not come down and take a look for yourself..?!

Please click on the testimonial to move on to see the next one.

  • I had a stroke in 2013. I am 35 years old and I was in full-time employment at the time. I have been coming here now for eight weeks as part of the NHS stroke rehabilitation programme I come to the gym three times a week and use the treadmill, leg machines, leg press, shoulder press, leg curl, leg extension, and do some floor exercises.

    The centre is friendly, well-kept and there are lots of staff available to support you. I celebrated Christmas here, and I am looking forward to my birthday in April. Aspire Wellbeing will help you to overcome your challenges. Anyone can achieve the goals they have set, especially when you have expert help and support to hand. You can come here in a wheelchair or with a walking stick, and everyone will treat you as a normal person, exactly how you wish to be treated.

    Ben Goldstein
  • Having cerebral palsy and coming up to 80, there is unlikely to be much improvement in my condition. That being said, the staff here in the gym do a wonderful job in helping me to maintain my status quo. Everyone here is so kind, caring and helpful that psychologically it does me so much good and helps to boost my confidence, and makes life worth living.

    Bernard Secrett
  • I had multiple sclerosis for a long time. Now I’m not able to stand on my own. I originally came here to go on the standing frame. I come to the centre two to three times a week if possible. I go on the standing frame and do upper body exercises while using the gym. I like coming to the centre because the people that work here are very helpful and friendly. It is also a sociable and friendly environment. The BBQ and Christmas party were particularly memorable experiences for me during the year. I would definitely recommend everyone to come here, because you get a lot of support and help.

    Judith Miller
  • The gym is brilliant. It’s an excellent place to come to improve your health. Good help from gym instructors. Equipment and facilities are great. It’s a really sociable place.

    Osmond Carmell Da Costa