RHL 'Move It or Lose It'

About

Move It or Lose It classes include mixed exercise to help you improve your flexibility, aerobic health, balance and strength for greater independence.

The class includes a warm-up, aerobic strength with resistance bands, balance and flexibility. All the exercises can be done seated or standing with safe, gentle encouragement for progression. Exercises are related to activities of daily living and can be adapted to suit different levels of ability and age-related health conditions. The aims of the class are to have fun exercising in a friendly, class setting and improve your health so you can continue to enjoy the activities you have always loved and stay physically active and independent.

Move It or Lose It classes take place on:
Monday 13.35 - 14.35 at the Farnborough Masonic Centre

Contact RHL for more information and to book a free trial class .

About Rushmoor Healthy Living

Rushmoor Healthy Living (RHL) primarily targets those with or at risk of serious health conditions, disadvantaged and vulnerable older adults, the Nepali community (with a focus on the older population) and Gurkha veterans. Last year they achieved over 23,000 attendances across over 25 different projects and classes.

Find out more

Rushmoor Healthy Living

Telephone
01252 957430

Email
classes@rhl.org.uk

Website
https://www.rhl.org.uk/index.php

Location

Farnborough Masonic Centre
37 Alexandra Road
Farnborough
Hampshire GU14 6BS

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