Accessibility & Inclusivity

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There is one disabled parking space at the Broomans Lane entrance with disability access via a ramp and fitted rails to enable easier access to the main building.

We have a wheelchair accessible toilet in the main studio building with an adult changing table. There is also a disability hoist for use in the studios or float room.

All door widths are accessible by wheelchair (except the sauna and outdoor treatment room).

For those who are partially sighted or with visual impairments, we have taken care with colours chosen throughout the centre. Assistance dogs are also welcome.

We will have specialist yoga and bodywork equipment available with specialist teachers, facilitators and masseurs available.

We offer free entry to carers/ personal assistants (personal use of facilities by carers/ personal assistants is chargeable).

We have liaised with Lewes Access Group and Seeability to ensure our Centre is inclusive and accessible to all.

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We will also run classes and offer treatments for people with a range of disabilities and illnesses including Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinsons, Arthritis, Heart Conditions, Stroke, Diabetes and people with a wide range of mobility issues.


  • Affordable Community Classes offered at least twice per week for £5 each. These classes are taught by well-qualified teachers who work at the centre on the main timetable on a rotation basis. When registering for this class the client agrees to confirm eligibility according to status as unemployed, in receipt of benefits etc and is told that they must be willing to produce evidence of their income status on visiting the centre.
  • Specific classes are offered on the weekly timetable 3 times per week for targeted groups such as teenagers, recovering addicts and the elderly. These are charged at a reduced rate between £5 and £8. These will be programmed on a half termly basis so that we can reach different demographics.
  • Yoga Classes with Trainee Teachers are offered to the public at low cost when training courses are running.
  • Community Projects are targeted at specific groups who otherwise may not have access to such classes and services. These will encompass various needs and conditions, for example – stress related health conditions, stroke clubs, Parkinson’s, learning difficulties, autism support, carers support. These are funded by successful grant applications and donations.
  • Outreach work supported by grant applications. Our teachers and therapists can work in care homes for the elderly, mainstream schools, special schools, youth clubs, prisons, homeless shelters and other community groups.
  • Corporate events will benefit those in the workplace. Our half day and full day packages will be attractive to local employers as a way to look after the physical and mental wellbeing of their workforce.

Use of our studio spaces

  • 10% discount offered to hirers of the studio spaces who are themselves: Registered Charities, CICs or Social Enterprise Companies. If they do not qualify in this respect they can write to us explaining why their group are deserving of a discount and that they are a not for profit organisation.