Exercise for those who are recovering from a stroke or other neurological conditions.

Caused by a sudden interruption of blood flow to the brain, a stroke is a neurological injury (a brain attack) that, depending on the areas of the brain that are affected, can impact physical and cognitive function.

The brain is plastic and, given the right input and a high degree of repetition, it can make new neural pathways to replace some of those that have been damaged (neuroplasticity). The degree to which recovery is possible depends on numerous factors, but doing nothing is unlikely to achieve much.

The NeuroGym works on an open-gym basis, which means that you can attend at any time between the times below:

Mondays & Thursdays, 12.00pm – 2.30pm at The Kind Foundation (previously Bishopdale YMCA) Bishopdale Mall, Bishopdale.

Please contact Tim before attending your first session: or 021 0228 2551.

Stroke and Exercise FAQs

60 Seconds on Stroke