22 May 2024
  • 22 May 2024

Thrive Bridge of Weir – uplifting your wellbeing

on 24 October 2022 0

Situated in Bridge of Weir, Thrive is looking to uplift every aspect of your wellbeing, we speak to Jamie Scott to find out more…

Whether you’re a novice in the fitness world or you’re well accustomed to the gym, one thing that’s of pivotal importance when looking to expand your horizons is that you place your trust in the hands of qualified professionals who are in it for the right reasons. 

With so much pseudoscience and conjecture out there, you need someone that will guide you out of the weeds and navigate you towards your best self. Leading with a philosophy which views “health as mind, body and soul”, Bridge of Weir’s Thrive and their team are precisely the kind of people that you’d like to inhabit your corner. 

Located on Castle Terrace, the studio – its doors were opened in 2020 by personal trainer Jamie Scott (pictured) – spans all facets of wellness in such a way that they could feasibly provide you with the full package of health and fitness all under one roof. 

While they may be renowned for their one-to-one personal training, this is only one component of what’s on offer on their premises. Encompassing all the necessary ingredients for healthy minds and bodies, Thrive’s staff have expertise in the realm of pain management and injury rehabilitation via physiotherapist Diane Chalmers – who also runs the yoga and pilates classes. 

They also offer counselling courtesy of their in-house psychologist Dr Emma Darroch and cognative behavioural therapist Lorraine Dillet. Plus, they even offer holistic therapies such as Indian head massage and reflexology from Alison Welsh to help you relax and unwind, and a recipe book to ensure that their exercise is supplemented with clean and tasty food. 

Thrive, 7 Castle Terrace, Bridge of Weir, PA11 3EF. For more information or to book a consultation, please email in**@th*******.uk or visit the website. 

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