At Get Set 4 Swimming, this is very much taken on board. Swimming however is not just promoted as a way to keep in shape. Swimming is seen as an amazing way to help those faced with mental health challenges. For example, people with depression often have trouble getting out and about as well as lacking motivation. They often find it difficult to socialise.
Swimming is a great way to overcome these hurdles. As a BACP Accredited and qualified Life Coach and Therapist, Dr. Julie Bradshaw from Get Set 4 Swimming is able to run small group sessions at suitable pools. If you interested in organising a group, then please contact us now. Julie will be very pleased to help.
“The benefits of swimming are numerous, significant, and undeniable. Swimming can be beneficial to people across a broad range of ages and abilities: the very young to the very old, the very slow to the very fast, those with injuries or degenerative conditions, pregnant women, beginner to serious athletes, and fitness buffs. Swimming positively affects many aspects of life, including physical, mental, and emotional well-being. It’s no wonder that physicians, physical therapists, exercise physiologists, and fitness coaches alike laud swimming as one of the best ways to stay in shape.” (Janet Evans)"