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Weight Management Programme

12 Week weight loss and support programme

Activity for Health Membership (PDF) [2MB]

Weigh to Go is an adult weight management programme delivered by South Ayrshire Council's Health Team in partnership with NHS Ayrshire and Arran.

The programme is suitable for anyone over 18 with a BMI of 25 or more.

Weigh to Go programme runs for 12 weeks, with ongoing support for 1 year.  The class consists of 45-60 mins of exercise and 45mins of nutritional education.

Weigh To Go 

£30 for 12 weeks 

  • Weigh in each week 

  • Talk 45minutes 

  • Exercise 45minutes 

  • Weigh to go manual 

  • Up to 1-year discounted membership and on-going support 

 

On Going Support for 1 year  

Monthly Health Membership (1 year) 

£20 per month 

Includes: - 

  • Swim, Gym, Standard Fitness Classes, WTG Maintain. 
  • Citadel, Maybole, Troon, Prestwick  
  • Issue Health Membership slip - Sign up at reception  
  • App to book classes available  

 

Premium Membership

£30 per month 

Includes: -  

  • Swim, Gym, Standard Fitness Classes, WTG Maintain and all Premium classes - Yoga, Pilates, Dance 
  • Citadel, Maybole, Troon, Prestwick 
  • Sign up at reception  
  • App to book classes available.  

 

Pay as you go  

Weigh to Go Maintain classes 

Perfect for those who would be unable to commit to a 12 week programme

- Weekly Weigh ins

- Accountability check ins

- 45min exercise 

£3.50 per class 

 

If you would like to be contacted when our next block starts please fill out the below form:-

Weigh To Go Enquiry

Consider if this is the right time for you

People try to lose weight for various reasons, such as:

  • health benefits
  • getting ready for a holiday
  • a special occasion like a wedding
  • to feel better

Only you can decide your reasons for wanting to lose weight and for following this programme.

Consider if this is the right time for you before you start. Do you have space in your day to think about and plan what changes need to be made and can you commit to making them?

It can be helpful to ask yourself 2 questions, where 1 is of little or no importance and 10 being very important, which will enable you to decide if this is the right time for you to engage in this programme:

  • On a scale of 1-10 how important is it for me to manage my weight? If it is of importance then this programme will support you
  • On a scale of 1-10 how confident am I that I can manage my weight? If you aren't confident this programme will support you

If it isn't of great importance to you, then now might not be the time, as it would appear there are other things in your life that are currently more important to you. You can come back to this at a more appropriate time for you.