Vital VolunteersÂ As part of our increased volunteering focus, we thought we'd take the time to showcase how much we value our volunteers; and highlight how they get involved at our gym too day-to-day! Our vital volunteers help make us who we are! Emma Alexander - who is a wheelchair racer currently training for the Paralympics - provides exercise support via the InstructAbility programme to one of our members. Sabina Khatun, offers reception support to us. Both explain why they love volunteering for us at Ability Bow!
to achieve their goals and targets."
Sabina says: I first found Ability Bow online. When I first heard of the gym, it was the first time I saw somewhere so unique where disabled people in their community could Emma says: "I have become much benefit. I wanted to be part more confident when delivering of something so positive. sessions here. Whenever I get stuck, I My daily reception role always ask for help and get great involves greeting clients support from the team. It's brilliant to and assisting with sign-ins. get more new experience and a chance I've picked up some great to develop my fitness industry communication skills and knowledge. What's great about being at developed my confidence. Ability Bow is that they'll always help Read the full stories at: and support clients in any way they can www.abilitybow.org/blog
Find out about our gym at www.abilitybow.org The Gym GazetteÂ
The Ability Bow gym's newsletter in e-book format for Autumn 2018.