Please note: due to the current Covid-19 pandemic we are not doing face-to-face sessions or community classes, in-line with government guidelines. Kate is delivering a number of online classes via Zoom and we have set-up an online Facebook group to promote sessions and host live workouts. Feel free to join the group – take care, stay safe and strong!
It’s never too late to improve physical fitness, to start exercising and reap the rewards that being more active brings! Strength and balance exercise is a programme for older adults, centred around falls prevention and rehabilitation from falls. The aim to improve and build core strength and balance, so that people can remain active, mobile and independent for as long as possible.
Sessions can be delivered on a 1-2-1 basis as a private personal training session, in the comfort of your own home or in a group class format, which is a great way to get out of the house, have a change of scenery, socialise and form new friendships.
Both Kate and Ruth are qualified to deliver these sessions and have experience of working with people of all abilities and experience levels. Sessions incorporate a mix of chair based, standing and movement exercises using bodyweight, exercise bands and light hand weights. All tailored to an individuals or group ability, and all modifiable so that an individual can work within their capabilities.
Benefits of strength and balance training…
- Improve and build strength in core and lower body.
- Improve balance and coordination, reducing risk of falls.
- Improve health, fitness and general well-being.
- Build confidence and self-esteem.
- Stay active, mobile and independent for as long as possible.
- Socialise and form new friendships taking part in group sessions.
If you have a friend or relative that has had a fall or has a fear of falling and has subsequently become less social, active and independent and you feel would benefit from this training or group class setting, get in touch and see how we can help.
Also, if you work/socialise in a setting such as a care home, sheltered accommodation, church or community group and you feel setting up a group class of this nature would be beneficial to your service offering and/or congregation, get in touch to enquire about group classes.
Group classes currently taking place in the community…
Location: Ramsbottom Pool & Fitness Centre, Porritt Way, BL0 0PT
Time: 2pm – 2.45pm
Cost: £3.50 pay per session (free for Beats members)
Delivered by Ruth – must book a place in advance as numbers are limited.
Centre number: 0161 253 7000
Location: Stand Unitarian Chapel, 56 Ringley Road, Whitefield, M45 7LL
Time: 1pm – 1.45pm
Cost: £3.50 pay per session
Delivered by Ruth – just turn up.
Contact Ruth on: 07891092893
Location: Haslingden Community Link, Bury Road, Haslingden, Rossendale, BB4 5PG
Day: Thursday’s – new class starting with a free taster session on 27 February
Time: 1pm – 2pm
Cost: £3.50 pay per session – from 5 March
Booking: maximum numbers of 15 per class. Pre-booking preferable, so that
equipment and chairs can be set-up ready.
Contact Kate on: 07875584383
For more information on strength and balance exercise for older adults, 1-2-1 personal training sessions and group classes get in touch.
Call Kate on: 07875584383
Call Ruth on: 07891092893
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