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Lead a happier, healthier life with our Good Boost classes, ESCAPE-Pain courses and Arthritis Action coffee mornings at Brough Park Leisure Centre. These sessions will provide you with the information and exercises to help reduce your muscular and joint pain, improving your physical and mental health, enhancing the quality of your life. 


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Good Boost provides a flexible approach to supporting you with your muscle or joint pain through gentle aqua and land based exercise rehabilitation classes.

Using information provided about your unique muscle or joint condition, sessions are individually tailored to allow you to progress through your exercises at your own pace and have been built by experts in order to reduce pain and improve your strength and mobility.

The sessions last between 30-60 minutes (site dependant) and consist of a 10-minute warm up followed by a series of 3-4 minute individual exercises, with fun group activities in-between in order to maintain a comfortable body temperature. Both group and individual sessions are available (please check at your leisure facility).

You will be given your own easy-to-use waterproof computer tablet during the session which will display your personalised exercises with clear animated diagrams. Your Good Boost facilitator will be in and around the pool throughout the session to support and guide you.

You can download information about Good Boost classes here.



If you would like to attend our Good Boost classes, please take 5-minutes to complete your self referral form here. Your GP or healthcare practitioner can also refer you into the Good Boost courses. Once the referral has been received, the centre will contact you directly.

Please ensure you allow 30-minutes ahead of your first class to register on the Good Boost portal at the leisure facility This will be required for you to take part. 


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Providing information from Arthritis Action, these free 45 minute- 1 hour relaxed coffee mornings will help individuals living with arthritis to learn how to improve their quality of life in a supported, group setting.

Led by a qualified, friendly Arthritis Action Facilitator, individuals will be provided with information from Arthritis Action about how to lead more active lives, how to manage conditions to reduce pain as well as receiving information about further activities available in the leisure centre.

You can download information about coffee mornings here.


here are no registration or sign up requirements for our Arthritis Action coffee mornings and walk-ins are available. Call the centre on 01538 373 603 for more information.


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The six-week, 12-session group rehabilitation courses are aimed at people who are living with chronic knee, hip or back pain. Led by qualified and experienced GP Referral and ESCAPE-Pain instructors, the ‘ESCAPE-Pain for Knees and Hips’ or ‘ESCAPE-Pain for Backs’ courses combine educational self-management and coping strategies with an exercise regime, individualised for each participant.

The six-week programme will allow you to become more confident in dealing with your joint pain for the long term by providing tools and information to learn: 

  • How to safely exercise & pace yourself
  • Advice on healthy eating
  • Remaining positive
  • Tips from other people with the same condition
  • Setting personal goals
  • Managing flare ups

You can download information about ESCAPE-pain courses here.


If you would like to attend our ESCAPE-pain courses, please take 5-minutes to complete your self referral form here. Your GP or healthcare practitioner can also refer you into the ESCAPE- pain courses. Once the referral has been received, the centre will contact you directly.  

To read more about our MSK scheme, click here



Get involved by getting in touch with the centre below or calling 01538 373 603