Health and Wellbeing

Good health and wellbeing is important to all of us.  We run a range of free fitness classes for customers as well as offering opportunities for people to get involved with activities that can help prevent social isolation. We also work closely with partner organisations to promote health and wellbeing for all.

Get Fit For FREE!

Whether you're looking to lose some weight or just want someone to talk to we run a range of wellbeing and classes to suit all abilities.  Our classes are run by experienced instructors in a friendly, informal environment.

Customers can access Clarence Park Health Suite Gym free of charge between 11am and 12pm Monday to Friday as well as all fitness classes


Monday 9.15am Oasis Community Hub breakfast drop in - see leaflet for more information:   Open House Leaflet.[pdf] 7MB  

Monday evening at Warndon Community Centre 7.30pm  - Zumba with Stella only £2 to Fortis Living customers.


Monday Westlands Breakfast Drop in from 8.45am - see flyer for more information: Open House - Westlands [pdf] 204KB

Wednesday evening at Westlands Community Centre 6.30pm - Zumba with Stella only £2 to Fortis Living customers

Wednesday 9.15am - Westlands Walkers meet outside WANDS Children Centre

Thursday 10.30am  - Seated yoga every at Heriotts only £2 to Fortis Living customers

Classes and group meet ups are subject to change during school holidays.   


Walk for Health

people walking through woods Physical inactivity directly contributes to one in six deaths in the UK. Public Health England has launched the Active10 app  to encourage us all to fit just 10 minutes of brisk walking into our daily routine. There are lots of ways to fit ten minutes into your day - download the App to find out more.

OR WHY NOT TRY A LOCAL HEALTH WALK... such as the walk in Westlands, Droitwich.  Health Walks are weekly free 30 minute walks (or sometimes longer) which start all over the country. Ideal for those who want to move more but are looking for company and a gentle start. Find your nearest walk here:

Gardening for Health

Garden Gardening can not only help improve your fitness and physical health but has also been recognised as a great way to improve your mental wellbeing.

Whether you're a green-fingered expert or a complete novice you can get involved with one of our community gardens in Worcester, Droitwich or Malvern.  Volunteers are always welcome, on a regular basis or just when you have time to spare. To find out more, please contact us: