This ever-popular class is a lot of fun and incorporates learning a range of basic dance styles to music from 50s and 60s to the latest zumba and bollywood tracks!
STRICTLY DANCING is an easy-to-follow class allows clients from 50 to 99yrs old to enjoy learning dance moves either in a chair or standing up!. Many of our clients comment that they love the music we use as is you feel happy you are motivated to move!
The class is tailored to the clients needs and can include any of the following dance genres:
TAI CHI is another very popular session for both men and women.
Tai chi is an enjoyable, gentle exercise that can prevent or ease the many ills of aging and could be the perfect activity for the rest of your life.
Health benefits include: Greater calmness and overall sense of well-being, improved sleep, FALLS PREVENTION, improved balance, focus, concentration, memory, flexibility, stamina, co-ordination and reduced blood pressure/heart rate.
Tai Chi is recommended for those that suffer with poor focus/memory, arthritis and depression. Clients can partcipate in the class seated or standing.
You may have seen the film Calender Girls but our class is even more fun!
This energizing and fun exercise program caters specifically for the over 50s.
THE GENTLE EXERCISE CLASS starts with chair based exercise and then progresses to strength, balance training with a few standing routines and a cool down. This class is lots of fun and includes movement to music as well as exercise equipment such as small weights or dynabands. Even though some exercises are chair-based, clients will often be surprised at how active these exercises can be!.
There are many ways to exercise but our award-winning MOVEMENT & MOTIVATION class offers an extra special workshop which focuses on stimulating the body and mind and helping clients to remain independent, mobile and focussed.
It is popular in settings such as care homes and housing associations where clients suffer with disability, dementia and other physical and mental health conditions such as arthritis, stroke.
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