Welcome frontliners, keyworkers & community members

We provide wellness facilities for frontline staff and key workers, and we support the St Helier Community Centre & the local community. Donations are very welcome, please help if you can.

X-RAY Wellness formed to help and support the goal of a healthy mind and body. Created by frontline London paramedics, nurses and people who have suffered from PTSD and depression, we host an array of classes including boxing, yoga and fitness. These are part of our positive coping strategies which help to deal with some of the symptoms of stress, anxiety and complex PTSD inherent in our chosen careers, which we believe can help anyone in their day to day lives.

Our Hubs

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Hill House Hub

Xraywellness Trust
SW London Hub
Hill House Community Centre
Bishopsford Road

HUB OPENING 23rd April

Friday 0930-1230
Games 09:30 - 10:15
Fitness / Self Defense 10:30 - 11:15
Yoga - 11:30 - 12:30

Free SW Sector Membership Discount for SW staff at Decathlon
Free advice from Slimming World

Please follow COVID-19 government guidelines at all hubs.
Maximum numbers currently 15 individuals

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Crawley Hub

Xraywellness Trust
Caldyne Industrial Park
Wallage Lane
Rowfant, Crawley
RH10 4NQ


08:00hrs – 10:00hrs Monday
Fitness 08:00 - 09:00
Yoga 09:00 - 10:00
08:00hrs – 10:00hrs Wednesday
Fitness 08:00 - 09:00
Yoga 09:00 - 10:00
10:00hrs – 13:00hrs Saturday
Fitness 10:00 - 12:00
Yoga 09:00 - 13:00

Free Sports Massage Therapy every Wednesday

Free SW Sector Membership Discount for SW staff at Decathlon
Free advice from Slimming World

Please follow COVID-19 government guidelines at all hubs.
Maximum numbers currently 15 individuals

Help and Support


Mental wellbeing support
for staff


Use above website to find your local federation helpline


Helpline: 0800 138 1619

Fire Brigade

helpline: 0800 3898820

Help for the community

Helpline: 116 123

Our Philosophy

Our philosophy is simple. We want our community to be safe, shame free & non-judgemental.

  • We welcome everyone and commit to supporting each individual to find the best wellbeing route for them.

    We live in a world where ‘burnout’ has become normalised and chronic stress leads to imbalance and illness. Physical and psychological stress can take a huge toll on the body and impacts not just our lives but the lives of those we love. Our aim at X-Ray is to offer space for people to come together, create a positive, welcoming environment and find ways to ease levels of stress and anxiety.

  • The important thing to acknowledge is that the road to wellbeing is individual, there is no one way to do it. For some it’s a top down approach, engaging the mind, whether it’s through conversation, mindfulness or talking therapy, to impact the body. For others it’s a bottom up approach, engaging the body through sport, dance or yoga to slow down and impact the mind. Whatever way works for you we are here to support you and promote balance.

  • For those of you who work in frontline jobs we also want to raise awareness of Vicarious and Secondary Trauma along with complex PTSD. We want to open up a conversation and normalise self-care. So, our focus at X-Ray is to share skills and techniques, empower the community to lead and share whilst focusing on individual and collective wellbeing.

What is PTSD, Complex PTSD, Secondary and Vicarious Trauma?


Post Traumatic Stress Disorder is an anxiety disorder that can develop after a person experiences a traumatic event.

Complex PTSD

Complex Post Traumatic Stress Disorder may be diagnosed if a person has experienced prolonged or repeated trauma over a period of months or years.

Secondary/Vicarious Trauma

This refers to the indirect trauma that can be experienced when we are exposed to difficult images, behaviours and stories second hand. We can end up experiencing similar feelings to the person who has experienced trauma. 

Over time repeated exposure to a person’s experience can have a negative impact on our overall mental health. Anger, frustration and apathy are a few examples of how we may feel, and it is important we develop a sense of our own individual warning signs and that we develop tools to manage these negative effects.

Our Partners

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Play for Progress delivers therapeutic and educational music and arts programmes, advocacy, and well-being support for unaccompanied minor asylum seekers and refugees. Our Croydon-based programmes are available to the hundreds of children and young people who are associated with the Refugee Council UK’s Children’s Section and guarantees that these vulnerable young people can rely on a close-knit and resilient community of artists, musicians, activists, educators, therapists, and allies. Any funds raised will go directly towards therapy, education, music lessons and/or advocacy work.



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We are a Community Centre that promotes equality, diversity and positive change for local residents and groups in St. Helier and within the Carshalton and Merton area. We aim to inspire partnerships, collaboration and represent the voice of the voluntary and community sectors. We support local groups and community residents to reach their full potential.

Hill House is a local asset for local residents to participate in community development so everyone can take part in making a positive contribution, be proud of where they live and take deliberate action to transform the local community through resident’s participation.


Below are the local businesses and clubs that are helping us with our mission


Yoga, Tai Chi, Pilates & Dance

Guildford Signs

Design, Print & Installation

Old Suttonians

Rugby Football Club


Amateur Boxing Club

Contact Us

Feel free to email us :
Or give us a call on 07515 897 896