Easyline Gym sessions in Wolverhampton

Through Black Country in Motion (a 3 year Sport England project delivered on behalf of the Black Country Consortium), the Wolves Community Trust works in partnership with the City of Wolverhampton Council to support 'Easyline Gyms'. 'Easy Line' equipment is adaptable to a wide range of abilities, meaning that they are suitable for those that take part in regular exercise and those who have not been to a gym before.

The Gyms are located in Community Hubs and Centres in various locations across the city, making them accessible to local people within their communities. 'Black Country in Motion' supports these sessions through deploying trained volunteers and supporting efforts to promote the sessions to their local communities.

The sessions are instructor-led costing from £2 per session on a pay-as-you-go basis, with no contract attached. Users simply go along to the centre of their choice, meet the instructor who will explain how to use the equipment, fill in relevant paper work and give you an induction.

For further details please contact Public Health on 01902 552439, or e-mail Anita Patel on

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