Sessions at the hydrotherapy pool are for people with rehabilitation and special needs only. Aquatic therapies can be used to treat muscle weakness, balance disorders, musculo-skeletal injuries, soft tissue injuries and other conditions that impair circulation.
A unique environment for people who require supported exercise as part of a rehabilitation programme.
Prices are for 30 minutes and are valid from April 2017
|Monday||7.45 to 9am||Adult|
|12.30 to 1.30pm||Adult/child|
|5 to 6pm||Adult/child|
|6.30 to 8.30pm||Adult|
|Tuesday||7.45 to 10am||Adult|
|Wednesday||6 to 8pm||Adult|
|Thursday||7.45 to 10am||Adult|
|Friday||9.30 to 11am||Adult/child|
|3.30 to 4.30pm||Adult/child|
|5.30 to 7pm||Adult|
|Saturday||8.15 to 9.15am||Adult|
|9.15 to 10.30am||Adult/child|
|Sunday||8.30 to 9.30am||Family (for families with special needs only)|
Public sessions are fully supervised by a qualified lifeguard but do not have a physiotherapist in attendance.
Places must be booked in advance (bookings must be made at least 24 hours in advance).
All attendees must complete a Hydrotherapy Indemnity and Screening Form (pdf, 40.0 KB)* prior to their first visit. (* If attendee ticks 'yes' to any of the precautions or are over the age of 69 years, then a doctor or professional needs to sign and stamp the form too).
Carers attending must also register in advance by completing a Hydrotherapy Carer's Registration Form(pdf, 197KB). If the carer is required to enter the water, then a Hydrotherapy Indemnity and Screening Form (pdf, 40.0 KB) also needs to be completed.
The hydrotherapy pool can be hired privately - please contact reception for more details. Any physiotherapist or organisation wishing to use the facility can also hire the pool on a regular booking basis.
All block bookings must be fully paid for in advance.
Updated: 3 May 2017