Exercise After Stroke

Improve your mobility. Improve your confidence. Improve your life.


New Class Starting Thursdays at 11am

We're looking for two more stroke survivors to join us in our new Exercise After Stroke class on Thursdays at 11am to 12pm.

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Exercise After Stroke (£5 a class)

60 minutes

  • Improve your confidence
  • Improve your mobility
  • Improve your indepedence
  • Max 4 members per class
  • Must be able to walk 10m with walking stick
  • Must be able to communicate effectively with staff members

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Why choose Health by Science?
No fads. This is research driven.

Suffering a stroke is a traumatic and often debilitating experience. If you do any exercise consistently, you can improve your performance in day to day life. However, if you stop you will lose it.

Our approach to stroke rehabilitation is dynamic, innovative and linked directly to the very latest neurorehabilitation evidence base.

Our primary purpose is to not only improve the way you feel and perform in day to day life but to empower you to sustain these results and minimise the risk of a secondary stroke while maximising your quality of life.

Our stroke survivor training supports the work of the hospital therapists by supporting YOU when your care pathway ends.

Whether you have recently been discharged from the NHS or suffered a stroke many years ago, you have the potential to improve your movement and quality of life.

The results achieved with us depend on three factors: commitment, the severity of your stroke, and genetics.

Like it or not you can’t escape your stroke severity or your gene pool, but this only account for a proportion of your ultimate potential.

Healthy by Science will help you maximise your physical and mental capacity to get you, fitter, than you ever thought possible.

Due to the high demands of each stroke survivor, we are only able to accept individuals who meet the following criteria:

  • A primary clinical diagnosis of stroke
  • Able to walk indoors for 10 metres, with or without a walking aid.
  • At least one month (but no upper limit) from discharge from NHS physical rehabilitation services.
  • Able to attend 98 Giles Street, Edinburgh, EH6 6BZ.
  • Have the cognitive capacity and communication ability sufficient to participate in the sessions and group classes.

You can find more details about our prices here.

Exercise After Stroke Price

There’s a fit and healthy person inside. Let’s get them back.