When we feel good
We live well.
At Guild Living, you’ll have access to a wide range of services, from physiotherapy and nutritional advice to a swimming pool and fitness classes. Participate in a range of ground-breaking health and wellness activities designed by global longevity experts and leading academics. This is all part of our commitment to looking at later living in a whole new way, so you can live better for longer.
All wellbeing programmes’ support is provided by an expert team of health professionals. All programmes offered at Guild Living are underpinned by global, academic research. They empowers you to actively take control of your own wellness, and include:
- Health Tracking
- Health Assessment
- Creating a Fitness Plan
- Setting Dietary Goals
Gym & Classes
Our Wellness Club has facilities such as a gym and studio space, pool and spa – giving convenient access to both therapy and recreation for Guild members. Not just places to get fit, a Guild Living gym is a place to be sociable and to enhance your health, with professional guidance and tailored classes.
Always wanted to learn this or start doing that? Well, now’s the time. The sharing of all our collective wisdom and experience is a huge part of life here. You will enjoy a wide range of activities taught by experts in their fields – including Guild Living members themselves.
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