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, musculoskeletal 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 until 31 March 2020.
|Monday||7.45 to 9am||Adult/child|
|12.30 to 1.30pm||Adult/child|
|5 to 6pm||Adult/child|
|6.30 to 8.30pm||Adult|
|Tuesday||7.45 to 10am||Adult/child|
|Wednesday||6 to 8.30pm||Adult|
|Thursday||7.45 to 10am||Adult|
|5 to 6pm||Family (for families with special needs only)|
|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 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, 236 KB). If the carer is required to enter the water, then a Hydrotherapy Indemnity and Screening Form (pdf, 40 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 bookings must be fully paid for in advance.
Updated: 26 July 2019