Being in touch and sharing interests with family, friends and colleagues is a big part of being well for most people.

Social interaction is an important aspect of work and wellbeing for many people.

Most clients also gain a lot of benefit from sharing wellbeing experiences with other people in our sessions and beyond.

Fitter for Life encourages people to meet and share interests and experiences – including your pursuit of strong health – with new and longer-standing friends and colleagues.

Our Community activities consist of:

Course groups – spending time after the course sessions with peers to get to know each other, share experiences, provide mutual support and encouragement. And to chat and chill together.

Clients’ own groups – we offer members the facility to create their own online social groups. We’ll help you share personal information so you can find others with similar interests and backgrounds. 

Links to other organisations, bodies and groups active and involved with preventative healthcare and wellbeing. Fitter For Life is continuously seeking to collaborate with other health and wellbeing organisations. Clients’ suggestions and recommendations of well-run and supportive organisations are an important part of us building a comprehensive, highly collaborative preventative healthcare network.

Client case studies – sharing clients’ experiences is an important part of indicating “possibilities” to wider groups of people. They are also inspiring to peers, others interested in influencing and extending their own health and wellbeing, as well as empathetic and interested healthcare professionals.

Client feedback and recommendations – continuous improvement is a key element of Fitter For Life’s values. Our clients’ suggestions and ideas are a prime source of information for our development.

Relationships with researchers and thought leaders in health and wellbeing – another element in our continuous improvement “gene” is our relationships with leading researchers, universities and other thought leaders within preventative healthcare and associated medicine. Being active searchers of “best practice” ourselves, these relationships are important for us.