New Movement Class for beginners

AHS Wellbeing are really excited to bring this new class to their online timetable.

Taking place every Wednesday at 10.30am until 11.30am, yoga teacher, courage coach and contemporary psychotherapist Sal Jefferies will guide you through a Movement Class, which is ideal for beginners or those returning to exercise.

To join the class, simply register with AHS Wellbeing and you will get your first class FREE!

Here Sal explains more about the class:

Hello, my name is Sal and I teach one of the movement classes called vinyasa yoga,

This class is a movement-based class where we stretch and move and get the whole body working through a range of easy exercises which can be adapted so it’s perfect or beginners.


If you’ve not done exercise for a while or you’re working through weight issues or pain issues then this class will be very helpful. My class is really about helping you bring awareness to your body and helping you move with more ease and comfort.  A lot of the exercises really help get rid of physical tension and tightness which can reduce aches and pains. In the class, I teach so you can go to your own pace and hold back if you need to meaning you can enjoy the class and feel safe. Many of my students say they’ve gained a lot of confidence doing these classes as they move better, feel better and this has significant effect on your mood, stress levels and helps you feel good for the rest of day. 


My approach to teaching is light-hearted and encouraging and I like to make you feel welcome and safe so you can get the benefits of this practice and leave feeling calm and confident. I whole-heartedly encourage you to come to a class and see for yourself and I welcome any questions in advance so please get in touch.

I look forward to seeing you at class. Sal

Proud to be supporting Haywards Heath Town Council

Free for Entry Event at Beech Hurst Gardens.HHTC logo

12th June 2016 12pm – 4pm

Queens Birthday Picnic and Sports Taster Event.

Haywards Heath Town Council is hosting a picnic to celebrate the Queen’s 90th Birthday during the official week of celebrations, with a sporting theme to promote health and wellbeing in the community.

The event will be held in Beech Hurst Gardens between 12pm and 4pm on Sunday 12th June 2016 and comprise of a picnic where residents are welcome to come along and sit with their food and drink and enjoy the gardens.  As a focal point for the day there will be sports taster sessions for all the family to enjoy.  On a designated stage there will be dance and fitness fun where you are welcome to join in and in the formal cut area of Beech Hurst local sports clubs will holding demonstrations, which you are again welcome to join in with.

All of the activities will free of cost so all you need to do is pack your picnic and come along and join in the fun.  So please come along and celebrate her majesty’s birthday and see what fun and healthy activities you can join in with.