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Why choose a Hydro-cise class?

Posted by david on November 8, 2018 at 9:00 AM

Our hydro-cise classes are a great alternative to a session at the gym! With your body partially submerged in the water your joints have better functionality, blood flow is increased and all muscle groups in your body are worked at the same time.

The hydro-cise sessions are led by a qualified instructor and use a range of different equipment such as weights and specialised floats to reach your personal fitness goals. With a mixture of group tasks and individual work-outs dur...

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Hydrotherapy Stories - Lesley Earp

Posted by david on November 1, 2018 at 6:30 AM

Access to Hydrotherapy can be patchy on the NHS. Facilities are not readily available in many locations and it's still seen as an alternative therapy. Despite being proven to help improve symptoms in a wide range of conditions, and even improve patients mental health the treatment is often overlooked in favour of more traditional therapies.

In this article one of our customers, Lesley Earp, who suffered a life changing spinal cord injury, writes about how sh...

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Meet Team Neptune!

Posted by david on October 1, 2018 at 8:25 AM

In this series of blogs we’ll introduce you to the Neptune Team. This week it’s time to meet David Westbrook!

What is your role at Neptune Aquatics?

Most of our customers will have met me at the pool teaching the children how to swim. But behind the scenes I’m busy as the managing director of the company and part of the management team. I started Neptune Aquatics back in 2012 after working in the leisure industry for over 10 years managing leis...

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How our Lifesaving Classes can make a difference

Posted by david on August 21, 2017 at 11:25 AM

On the 13th Apeil 2017 at Ashwicke hall. Jake, Steph, Harrison & David got to see first hand just how our lifesaving skill spots can really make all the difference in an emergency situation.

On arriving at Ashwicke for their crash course lessons, a Dad threw his back out trying to get out of the car. Our swimmer (10 years old), calmed down her 3 younger brothers and got them sat down in the car. She then left her Dad and ran to the pool to get help from Steph, Jake & Harrison.

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