Inspire Leisure has two centres located in Littlehampton and Felpham. Inspire offer an array of health and fitness facilities for all to enjoy from a leisurely swim, to an energising workout class, we have something for everyone. Our fully qualified team of instructors can tailor a fitness programme to suit your individual needs. Whether your a type 1 or type 2 diabetic we will customise a programme for you or, maybe you would like to improve health, maintain weight or just tone up, whichever reason, Inspire staff will help and support you in reaching your goals.
Tel: 01903 725451
Tel : 01243 826612
Leanne Levitt Personal Training
Leanne Levitt is a talented, hardworking and dedicated Personal Trainer, Business Owner, Spinning Instructor, Ironman and British Athlete. Leanne has spent 22 years racing and training internationally and has a wealth of experience and knowledge to pass onto her clients. These clients include CEOs, Directors, Business Owners who are focussed, successful and motivated already but need to be taken to the next level of their training. Other clients include people who want to change their lives, improve their health and appearance. Leanne loves to hold her training sessions outdoors and also trains clients at Inspire Leisure, Felpham and Littlehampton. Leanne Levitt is CEO and Director of Leanne Levitt Personal Training and can be contacted on 07876 795 111 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org website: www.leannelevitt.com or can been seen cycling, running or sea swimming along the South Coast.
Chichester Golf Course
Chichester Golf Club offers a range of facilities with something for everyone in a relaxed, friendly environment. There is a choice of two 18-hole courses, a pitch and putt course and crazy golf plus a floodlit driving range which is open into the evening.
Chichester Golf Club
Tel: 01243 536666
MASSAGE AND TONING TABLE -
increased circulation and passive exercise.
Some studies have suggested that regular massage may help to reduce anxiety, headaches, depression, work stress and anger therefore could help to regulate blood glucose, and massage can significantly increase serum insulin action, thereby potentially decreasing blood glucose levels in people with type-1 diabetes.
If you are starting out on exercise and haven’t been active, much less than that can make a real difference. Our toning table could be the perfect introduction to exercise, a passive form of exercise allowing the bed to support you through different stretches and gentle movements.
Although there is no evidence that massage itself is harmful or contra-indicated, we have been guided to suggest that people with diabetes follow these common-sense precautions when planning a massage or toning table session:
* As with exercise, don't schedule a massage during the peak of insulin activity. If you inject intermediate-acting insulin at breakfast, about eight hours later in mid-afternoon would be a good time for a massage. If you use a rapid-acting or short-acting insulin, a good time for a massage would be anywhere from one to three hours after injection.
* When you book your treatment, advise that you have diabetes in order for us to provide the best possible treatment for you. You may want to talk to your doctor before using massage therapy, there is a theoretical risk that massage for diabetes may induce hypoglycaemia in insulin-using patients as a result of drop in blood glucose levels, however no studies have yet reported any adverse effects from Swedish massage or acupressure, so there no reason for you to miss out!!
Body Sense Beauty Salon
54 The Street, Rustington, BN16 3QJ
01903 850680 www.bodysensebeauty.com