The New Sauna Club is here at The Willesden Sports Centre
Donnington Rd, London NW10 3QX. Tel: 07908097202
The Sauna Club was born out of a desire to improve the user experience and promote the basic enjoyment of the facilities at The Willesden Sports Centre.
It’s a great place to relax and chill out after a long working week or simply to destress from the days drama or after a workout! There are two sauna rooms, one is a dry Sauna and the other a wet Steam room area –
Steam rooms are great for improving the health of your skin helps to remove toxins from the body. Steam is great for opening up your pores, cleansing and moisturizing your skin as well as detoxifying and cleansing both inside and outside the body.
We meet every Sunday between 13-17.00 and the encourage a very lively and healthy atmosphere. All are welcome and as well as encouraging user engagement for use of the sauna, you will find support for other sporting areas including yoga, swimming, swimming classes, aerobics, gym workouts, Zumba, pilates, gentle stretching exercises and much more besides.
The sauna club members promote lively discussions on many areas including health & wellbeing, cooking, travel, current affairs, entertainment topics, losing weight, multi faith discussions, politics, cultural affairs, fashion and a whole host of other topics.
If it’s your first time attending The Willesden Sports Centre or you simply need someone to accompany you to begin a class or use the gym facilities please do ask, a member of the group who would be more than welcome to show you around as most have been using the sports centre and facilities for a long time. We are all here to support one another into a healthy and more robust lifestyle and getting back into shape!
Willesden Sports Centre has a lovely café area and sports track as well as a fully equipped gym, swimming pool, dojo, yoga, dance and exercise studio, volleyball, basketball court area.
From time to time the group meet for social activities away from the sports centre for evenings out, lunch, dinner, theatre, coffee afternoons, social chats and networking events.
Improved wellbeing, supportive network when needed, encouragement to join the gym, try a sports or exercise class if it’s your first time. Other benefits of The Sauna Club is that it helps break isolation, provides help and support if you are going through a challenging period in your life as a few of the members have experience in counseling and life skills. Signposts to services which can cut out the ‘red tape’, relieves stress, also offers meditation and massage sessions.
The Sauna club welcomes all faiths, religions, cultures and backgrounds. Should you be interested to join us please complete your details. We look forward to welcoming you soon.
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