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The aim of our one-day boot camp is to educate and empower you to take control of your own wellbeing and reboot your body and mindset. We have enlisted the help of other trainers to show you a range of exercises your can do from your home and we will provide you with fundamental nutrition advice to motivate and inspire you. We will look at what constitutes a balanced diet, dispelling diet myths, macro and micronutrients and what your body really needs, hydration, weight loss and weight management management as well as tips and ideas to keep you on track. 

 According to the Mental Health Foundation, wellbeing includes things ‘such as how satisfied people are with their lives as a whole, their sense of purpose, and how in control they feel’. Whilst physical activity and good nutrition have a huge potential to enhance our wellbeing, we recognise the need to go further in this area.  At our body reboot camp, our specialist Wellbeing Doctor will discuss the problems we face in busy and more recently uncertain times and some of the mindful ways in which we can tackle these.

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​What's Included

  • High Intensity Interval Training

  • Kettlebells

  • Nutrition Talk

  • Pilates

  • Wellbeing talk by Dr.Katya Miles The Working Well Doctor


In addition to the services we offer, you can also book appointments for Indian Head Massage with Stacey Wildblood and Theragun Recovery Session by Mark Taylor from 3pm onwards.


These services are provided at an additional cost and must be booked directly with Stacey, or Mark, at least 24 hours before the Reboot Camp.

Women Stretching
Total Body Reboot Camp


Thame Barns Centre has been created from old farm building which once belonged to the Manorial Court which stood next to it, partly on what is now the south side of the churchyard. The piece of ground was purchased from the County Council to extend the churchyard in the 1950’s and also included the Dovecote which had belonged to the Manor. It is situated in a Conservation area next to The Old Grammar School and opposite the Tithe Barn which is one of the few surviving Tithe Barns still in existence next to its original Church – St. Mary’s.

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