Huntershill based New Dawn Wellbeing Hub is preparing for life after the COVID pandemic as they begin to resume their full complement of wellbeing classes. Dawn Smith, owner of New Dawn Wellbeing Hub, is welcoming the return of their physical and mental health programmes, including yoga, pre-natal and post-natal fitness and baby and parent classes.
The Hub was impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic with local MSP Rona Mackay assisting in seeking support for mother and toddler groups running from the project.
Rona, who visited the wellbeing centre based in Huntershill Village, thanked Dawn and her team for their “heroic” efforts during the pandemic in adapting her services to provide support to those mothers and families who needed it most during the crisis. Commenting, Ms Mackay said:
“I was really inspired to visit the Wellbeing Hub this month and catch up with Dawn to hear how much progress has been made since the COVID protections were lifted.
During the pandemic, Dawn and her team went above and beyond in adapting their services to still support those mums and families who needed it most at the height of COVID.
“Quite simply, their efforts were heroic. The drive, determination and vision shown by Dawn and everyone involved to build back stronger from the impact of COVID is incredible. "They’re a credit to our community in East Dunbartonshire and I am thrilled that they are now beginning to go from strength to strength in our rebuild from the pandemic.
Commenting, Dawn Smith founder of New Dawn Wellbeing Hub said:
“The pandemic had a real impact on the services we provide at the Hub and I’m pleased that we can, finally, rebuild to offer our full compliment of wellbeing programmes for those who need it. “The business community in East Dunbartonshire really pulled together and I would like to thank Women EmpowerED and MBA (More Business Anyone) for helping our project when times were tough last year. “As we look forward to a brighter dawn, I was delighted to show Rona round our premises, thank her for her support last year and relay to her the need for assistance as we emerge from the pandemic. END