Embracing New Member...

Embracing New Members and Spreading Positivity

In the face of adversity, finding support and solace in a community of like-minded individuals can make all the difference. This is especially true for those affected by cancer, as they navigate the challenges of their journey.

Row to Recovery is a remarkable rowing club that not only provides a space for physical activity but also fosters a supportive environment for those affected by a cancer diagnosis. With the recent surge in new members and successful learn-to-row sessions, we hope that our club stands as a beacon of hope and resilience.

A Record-Breaking Achievement

It’s a big record for us! This summer we welcomed a record number of 10 new members! This growth is a testament to the outstanding work done by the club and its commitment to supporting those affected by cancer. The club's inclusive and nurturing atmosphere is clearly resonating with individuals seeking solace and empowerment.

Learn to Row Sessions

One of the hallmarks of this rowing club is its dedication to teaching new skills through learn-to-row sessions. In an effort to break barriers and spread positivity, this club has successfully put 13 people through their learn-to-row program. We provide the opportunity to discover the exhilaration and camaraderie of rowing, we are empowering men and women to push past their boundaries.

Spreading the Word and Encouraging Participation

To ensure that this incredible initiative reaches more people, it is crucial to spread the word far and wide. If you know someone affected by cancer or are interested in getting involved yourself, now is the perfect time to reach out. The rowing club welcomes anyone who wants to find out more, come along, and try it out. By joining this community, you can embark on a journey of health, resilience, and support, surrounded by people who truly understand your experiences.

Embracing New Members and Spreading Positivity
Why Rowing?

Why Rowing?

Rowing is a cerebral low impact sport that utilizes the whole body and is accessible to all, regardless of fitness level. While a certain level of fitness is helpful, full training is offered by certified coaches and absolute beginners are welcome. Nor is age a barrier, our members range from early forty to late sixty.

Regaining a level of fitness, learning the skill of rowing, training and being part of a rowing crew in a very supportive, non competitive, fun manner are just some of the many benefits cancer patients have found when they join our crew.