Transform Programme.

This is not a Diet, This is a Lifestyle Change!

Make Healthy Choices!

No Good or Bad Foods.

For the first 4 weeks we will focus on Healthy Eating, *Good Chioces,

*Portion Control,

*Balanced Meals,

*When and why you eat unhealthiliy.

 

Exercise Your Way!

Enjoy What You Do.

From Week 5 we will start exploring Fitness.

*What you enjoy doing,

*What you can do,

*What you will do.

*20 Minute Taster Sessions of a variety of exercises.

You're Not On Your Own!

Have Group & 121 Support.

Food is an Addiction for many, therefore support is esential. you will have

*WUWL Buddy

*Online Group Support

*121 online Support,

*Mp3s

*Worksheets with tips to keep you motivated and focused.

 

Forever Me​

Our journeys to the healthier, Happier Fitter Forever Me will be different. Some have more to lose than others, for some the journey maybe easier, others may have ups and downs. As everyone’s journey is different the Forever Me programme is an add-on to be taken when you feel ready.

There is an option to repeat the Transformative Programme to keep more frequent group and hypnotherapy support, especially for those like me whose journey may take longer. The choice is yours.

The Forever Me Programme consists of four fortnightly sessions and two monthly sessions. These sessions with provide you with a deeper understanding of yourself and your relationship with food. It will be solution and future focused. The aim is to empower you to feel confident in the new you, to embrace the future and look forward. You will receive a further two MP3s which will focus on the future; there just in case you need them around Holiday times etc.

Opening Hours.

 

Tuesday - 9am - 6pm

Wednesday - 5.30 - 9pm.

Thursday - 12.30 - 5.30pm.

Friday - 9am - 6pm.

Saturday- 9am - 3pm.

Sunday. 9am - 7pm.

AREAS COVERED.

Stockton, Thornaby, Yarm, Billingham, Middlesbrough, Hartlepool, Darlington, Stokesley, Hemlington, Thirsk, Sunderland, Saltburn and all the Teesside area.

 

 

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