Energy Fitness Professionals (EFP) recently retained the contract with DFID London and Scotland for the management of their Fitness Centres. The renewal of the contract has been combined with a re-brand of the sites from ‘Wellbeing Centre’ to ‘Energise’. DFID’s London site in Palace Street had it’s relaunch on Monday 10th January and the Scotland’s site Abercrombie House on Monday 17th January. Nemat (Minouche) Shafik, the Permanent Secretary for DFID, launched the re-branded gyms in conjunction with the company’s Health Initiative Week which is a week of raising awareness of the staff’s health and wellbeing. EFP work closely in partnership with DFID to achieve employee health and wellbeing through encouraging members of staff to use the gym and studio facilities, this is coupled with the Fitness Professionals being always on hand help them achieve their personal goals. During the Health Initiative Week the Energise Wellbeing Centre teams were in the Atrium giving away goody bags and performing free blood pressure checks. A cycle challenge was also set up to encourage staff from both sites to travel the distance between both DFID sites, East Kilbride and London. Rob Radford, one of the company’s Managing Directors, says: “We are very pleased to have the opportunity to continue on with the contract we currently manage for DFID, this is one of our longest serving contracts in London and we look forward to achieving greater success in the future in our partnership with DFID.” The site offers Fitness consultations and health checks, Programming, Weight Management, Cholesterol & Body Stat testing and one to one training sessions, EFP are helping to improve health, fitness and wellbeing of all staff.