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🤝 Royals announce partnership with Nirvana Health

Club’s new neighbours to give first team access to innovative rehabilitation and recovery facilities

9 January 2020

Reading Football Club are pleased to announce a ground-breaking new partnership with Wokingham-based Nirvana Health.

Situated across the road from the Royals’ new training ground development at Bearwood Park, Nirvana Health is a division of Nirvana Spa specifically dedicated to rehabilitation and fitness.

And as part of this new partnership, our sports science staff and first team stars will have priority access to Nirvana’s state-of-the-art rehabilitation facilities, including hydrotherapy and balneotherapy pools as well as the highly-innovative dead sea salt therapy facility.

This new partnership with another thriving, innovative and supportive local business has already been used to excellent effect; midfielder John Swift became the first squad member to use Nirvana Health’s rehabilitation facilities to aid his comeback from a recent groin injury.

Nirvana Health Founder, Sean Barley, said “We’re delighted to be working with Reading Football Club and very proud to embark on this partnership together.

“Since we first discussed collaboration, it was clear that our Nirvana Health facilities would make an important impact in helping first team footballers recover and prepare their bodies for the physical challenge which is the Championship and we are delighted to be able to contribute to the future success of our local professional football club.”


First team manager, Mark Bowen, added “The fixture schedule makes this division a long, gruelling battle for our first team footballers and recovery and rehabilitation is absolutely crucial to the players and this club’s success.

“Nirvana will be our new neighbours when we move over to Bearwood Park and this partnership with Nirvana Health now offers us access to some of the most forward thinking rehabilitation facilities in the country, helping our players to be in the best possible condition ahead of every match they play.”

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