with 3 Way Healthcare
3 Way Healthcare schedule a variety of classes organised and led by their experienced practitioners.
These classes are currently all Online, held via Zoom.
3 Way online Classes never have more than 6 to 8 participants to ensure individual attention.
Our Classes are run on a 4 or 6-week course basis, which allows you to see some improvement. After completing the first course you can join another one or purchase one session at time.
Not sure if you are ready to join a full course? Book for one class to try it out!
For more information on each class click on the links below
How do I book for a Class?
For private patients, call 3 Way Healthcare on 0118 969 2299 to arrange your first session, or your physiotherapist may recommend attending one of the specialist classes and book you in following your normal treatment session.
If you are an NHS patient, once you have had you initial assessment consultation, your physiotherapist will determine the appropriate treatment regime, which may include one of our specialist classes. If this is the case your physiotherapist will book you in directly.
How long is a Class?
Most classes are 45-60 minutes long.
What will I need in order to attend?
For all online classes you will need to have access to the internet and a mobile phone, tablet or computer/laptop to access Zoom.
You should wear comfortable clothing for exercising, have a mat for comfort and resistance exercise bands (ideally 2 bands, at least, with different resistances).
How do I connect for my Class?
You will be sent an invitation via email containing a link – for online classes we use Zoom.
Please make sure you are ready 5-10 minutes before the start of your class.
What is Zoom?
Zoom is a video conferencing service for hosting live virtual meetings.
You do not need your own account to use Zoom, and the use of Zoom for online classes is completely free of charge.
How do I access Zoom?
Zoom can be used from a computer, mobile or tablet. You don’t need a Zoom account to attend a virtual consultation.
Your will be sent an invitation via email confirming your Zoom online class. The email will contain a link to join the class. You’ll need to click on the link and might be asked to enter a meeting ID to join, which will be on the same email.
If you’re using a mobile or tablet device for your class, you’ll need to download the Zoom app from the App Store (iPhone/iPad users) or Play Store (Android users) – this should happen automatically the first time you use Zoom. Once the app is installed, you can then join your class by following the link in the email.
If you are using a computer/laptop you can access Zoom through your browser, which should be automatic when you click on the link in your email invitation.
We recommend using a device with a wide enough screen to allow you to see your class leader clearly. If you are using a computer without a built in camera, you’ll need to make sure you have a webcam attached.
You must have video on, but may be asked to select mute to avoid any background noise disturbing the class.
What happens at the end of the class?
Just click on “Leave Meeting” when your class is finished.
Please read the following before joining these sessions
It is recommended you consult your GP, physician or health care professional before starting any new exercise. With any type of exercise or program there may be a possibility of injury, abnormal blood pressure, fainting or disorders of heart rhythm. It is impossible to predict the body’s exact response to exercise, therefore if you have any medical issues, we strongly recommend that you discuss those with your doctor prior to commencing a new exercise programme.
You can stop whenever you wish, especially if you feel tired or experience any discomfort or pain. We advise you stop immediately if this happens and inform your instructor.
If you attend our classes, please discuss starting these exercises with your Physiotherapist who can sign post you to the most appropriate level for you to work at. All exercises are undertaken at your own risk and 3 Way Healthcare can’t be held responsible for any injuries.