Log into our Trooper Calendar for details.
“The benefit of getting out, being active and having something to look forward to cannot be underestimated. However, the biggest and best achievement of FYF, in my opinion, is bringing a strong community together. “
Glasgow Swimming Club
"The swimming sessions have given me the single biggest boost to self esteem and confidence since losing my leg below the knee. The feeling of freedom and support offered by the water have given me such a boost. Having others with me who have fallen out of the same boat has buoyed me no end. Watching the confidence of others grow as they overcome the deficiencies in styles and strokes has spurred me on beyond belief. It's great fun and we all get along....swimmingly."
Glasgow Craft Club
Our New Craft Club has just started. This is one of our gentler clubs for the days when you dont want to ski down a mountain or climb a wall! This is a great club for all our Troopers that love crafting or maybe have never tried it before so why not come along and join in. We have a different craft every month so keep an eye on our website and No LIMBits facebook page for more details. As this is held in our FYF HQ you'll always find a team member around.
For the dates and times of all our clubs then check out our Trooper Calendar.
Glasgow Finding Your Fitness
As with all our physical clubs, please speak to your GP or WestMARC physio before attending.
The FYF cycle club is for the amputee community in the Glasgow area but all our Troopers are welcome. This is great fun for everyone.
Our sessions are held at Free Wheel North in Glasgow Green. FWN are a cycling development charity who have been hugely supportive of FYF. They stock a wide range of all ability bikes including hand bikes, tandems and side by side bikes. FWN are open 6 days a week for anyone to go along and have a go.
If you are an amputee, please log in to our website and check out our Troopers Calendar for upcoming clubs.
Glasgow Gardening Club
Log in to our Trooper Calendar for more details.
Glasgow Strum Session
Our Strum Session is held once a month down at FYF HQ. It doesn't matter how good you are its just for fun........unless you're awesome then we may just get you back into the recording studio!! no pressure! So if you can you play the guitar why not come down and join your fellow Troopers and raise the roof FYF style!
.......Dont forget your guitar, it'll be kinda quiet without it!
For dates and times of our Strum Sessions log into our Trooper Calendar.
We’ve been amazed at the determination and achievements of all those taking part in our monthly climbing club.
Back In March 2016, we were thrilled that quadruple amputee mountainteer Jamie Andrew OBE agreed to lead a session for our climbers at the Edinburgh International Climbing Arena at Ratho.
Our climbing club usually meets at the Glasgow Climbing Centre and is suitable for all ages and abilities. Occassionally we hold this club at Ratho. We could always use volunteer belayers to allow for more participants, if you are able to offer your expertise please get in touch.
“FYF is providing important stepping stones to recovery and beyond and just shows that you really can climb the mountain....and even abseil back down after!”
Log into our Trooper Calendar for more info.
Our monthly Skiing club caters for skiers of all ages and abilities and takes place at Snow Factor at Soar, Braehead. Spaces for this club are limited to 9 and are offered on a first come basis. You'll be met by one of our team members who'll make sure you're supplied with all the equipment and clothing you'll need for your session. You'll then be put into groups with an instructor.
Log in to our Trooper Calendar for dates and times and more details of our Skiing Club.
Our Dundee Ampu-Teas group meet every three weeks at Balgay Bowling Club. Its a chance for a coffee and a catch-up, we will also invite guests along to chat to the group. So far we have had Prosthetics and Orthotics specialists, Jennifer Scally from Scottish Disability Sports and Bob Christie from Bowls Scotland. FYF team member Lesley is always at our Dundee groups.
For dates and times of all our clubs just log in to our Trooper Calendar.
'Finding Your Feet has not only helped to boost my self confidence but having something to look forward to and meeting and chatting with people who know how you feel makes such a difference. Thank you FYF'
Amputees at any stage of the recovery process are welcome, and no previous yoga experience is required.
- Improve flexibility of the hips - needed for correct walking.
- Exercises aimed at regaining balance and posture alignment.
- Reconnect with your body, quieten your mind, deal with pain and find ease in your breathing.
Please check out our Trooper calendar for dates and times of all our yoga classes.
Dundee Swimming Club
For the dates and times log in to our Trooper Calendar.
Dundee Bowls Club
For more information, dates and times please log in to our Trooper Calendar.
Dundee Finding Your Fitness
Dundee's NEW weekly Fitness Session will be held at Balgay Bowling Club with our New Personal Trainer Nicole. All the exercises will be adapted to suit your individual needs and can be done sitting or standing. So whether you want to improve your fitness, build your strength or simply tone things up a little, come along and have a chat with Nicole about your goals.
For more information about our fitness club simply log into our Trooper Calendar.
Dundee Craft Club
Dundee's NEW Craft Club starts in November and will be held in Balgay Bowling Club from 11.30 til 1.30pm. There will be a different craft every month, with our first session being all about Card Making. This is a great club for all our crafters out there, or maybe you've never tried any crafts before. Well this is you're chance to find your hidden skills. Its also a nice gentle, relaxing activity, so come along and join in.
For more information sign into our trooper calendar.
Glasgow Movement Therapy
“I have seen improvements in strength, and reductions in the need to use pain relief in a matter of weeks, and the effect that has had on my day to day life has been immense.”
We run a variety of classes and coaching initiatives aimed at providing opportunities for amputees to try something new, have a bit of fun and meet others in the same position.
We believe that losing a limb should not limit the opportunities available to anyone. We believe in accessibility and inclusiveness for all. We believe in #noLimbits.